Banaba


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Banaba

(bəˈnɑːbə)
n
(Placename) an island in the SW Pacific, in the Republic of Kiribati. Phosphates were mined by Britain (1900–79). Area: about 5 sq km (2 sq miles). Pop: 301 (2005). Also called: Ocean Island
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The products which have been treated by the GIF of PNRI include garlic, onion, black pepper, ginger powder, chili powder and turmeric; dehydrated vegetables and meat, as well as herbal products such as banaba powder, sambong powder, guava leaves, pandan flakes and lagundi powder, Bingabing said.
Third, in the focus on Indigenous politics--from the manifest efforts of early 1970s Banaba claims to distinction as a separate, historical people, the transnational political considerations animating performance and presentation in the context of cultural festivals, to forms of intra-Yolngu rapprochement in the context of Australia's Garma festival--this collection's diverse sites of interest share in a relatively rare emphasis on Intra-indigenous political action and performance.
banaba leaf and cinnamon have significant blood sugar management properties.
July 28, 2011 (JUBA) -- The newly born Republic of South Sudan (RSS) has officially established full diplomatic ties with the state of Israel three weeks after it became independent, revealed the caretaker minister of information, Banaba Marial Benjamin.
Kiribati includes Kiritimati (Christmas Island), the largest coral atoll in the world, and Banaba (Ocean Island), one of the three great phosphate islands in the Pacific.
En su version clasica, como es sabido, el mito relata como Acteon sorprendio mientras se banaba, en compania de sus ninfas, a la diosa protectora de la caza, Diana-Artemis, motivo por el que esta lo transformo en un ciervo que acabo devorado por sus propios perros.
When used as a part of a daily regimen, the collection, containing powerful ingredients like portulaca and banaba extracts, delivers results that are seen in as little as three days.
Effects of dietary mulberry, Korean red ginseng, and banaba on glucose homeostasis in relation to PPAR-alpha, PPAR-gamma, and LPL mRNA expressions.
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Esta era la letania recitada por El Gaviero mientras se banaba en
Australia and New Zealand have traditionally sourced phosphate rock for manufacture of phosphatic fertilisers from the oceanic island deposits of Christmas Island, Nauru, and Banaba (formerly Ocean Island).