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Noun1.Capros - a genus of fish in the family CaproidaeCapros - a genus of fish in the family Caproidae
fish genus - any of various genus of fish
Capros aper, boarfish - fish with a projecting snout
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Offerings of the lineup include the endurance ingredient Capros, a heart-healthy Phyllanthus emblica extract that boosts nitric oxide levels and supports healthy blood flow, significantly reduces hsCRP which leads to decreased inflammation and better recovery, and acts as an antioxidant to protect the body against oxidative stress.
The diplomatic representation was assured by Teodor Scortescu, ex diplomat at the Vatican, "very close to the democrats and [especially] to De Gasperi", a diplomat with powerful liaisons at the Italian Ministries of External and Internal Affairs, concerned with the "faith of the Romanians from Italy", Mircea Moschuna Ston, who had "relations in the Chigi palace" and Augustin Popa who had "relations at the Vatican" (16); while as the Consular department was organized under the supervision of Dinu Adamesteanu and of the priest Carol Capros.
45 Hyporthodus niveatus 32 Caulolatilus microps 205 Scyliortiinus retifer 16763 Macroramphosus scolopax 313 Seriola dumerili 35 Antigonia capros 2808 Scorpaena sp.
Capros (2013), "Female Labor Force Participation and Economic Growth in South Mediterranean Countries," Economic Letters 120: 323-328
Nayor disappeared as quickly as he had emerged, but nine months later many of the men who had interviewed with him were contacted by CAPROS, a new company headed by two high-ranking Salvadoran military officers that, according to a Salvadoran newspaper, was recruiting for Greystone.
A very long and detailed presentation of the study was given by Professor Pantelis Capros from the National Technical University of Athens.
Abedon of NutraGenesis, described the benefits of the standardized Amla extract, or Phyllanthus emblica (Emblica officinalis) marketed as Capros, which is backed by six human clinical trials.
Responsible for the project, Professor Pantelis Capros from the National Technical University of Athens, stressed that all options, on both the supply and demand side, must remain open so as to exploit their cost-effective potential.
Harnessing the potential of antioxidants, Natreon's Capros provides a vegetarian, organic, non-GMO and Generally Recognized As Safe (GRAS) cardiovascular product derived from the edible fruits of Phyllanthus emblica (amla).
For example, Capros and Mantzos (2000) estimate that marginal abatement costs of a sectoral approach with identical reduction targets would rise to EUR 348 per tonne of carbon from EUR 103 in the case of an optimal allocation of abatement efforts in Spain alone.
Natreon estimated mean and 90th percentile intakes of Capros to be 445 and 868 mg/person/day, which corresponds to 7.