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longa

(ˈlɒŋɡə)
n
a long note
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Ars longa," said Captain Wragge, pathetically drifting into Latin -- "vita brevis
This is a descriptive bibliography of English-language anarchist periodicals published in the United States between 1833 and 1955, with the dates chosen to allow Longa (law librarianship, U.
Curcumin comes from a perennial herb called Curcuma longa.
Evonik's latest beauty ingredient, Tego Turmerone, is the distilled fraction of turmeric oil extracted from the roots of curcuma longa, a plant of the ginger family native to tropical South Asia.
John's wort, curcuminoids from Curcuma longa (turmeric) in disease prevention and treatment, using standardized mixtures of paw paw extract (Asimina triloba) in cancer patients, clinical evidence for cranberry products preventing urinary tract infections in women, and chaste tree extract in women's health.
He is predeceased by his maternal grandmother, Theresa Longa.
Iilonga yandje ayihe yomegumbo onde yi longa nale ethimbo lyongula, ndino olyo ethimbo lyandje lyokudhana nookuume kandje.
29) e, mais adiante, que a teoria econômica por trás da Cauda Longa está "completamente errada" (Keen, 2007, p.
Turmeric is produced from the boiled, dried underground rhizome or rootstalk of the Curcuma longa plant.
Spica solitaria, terminalis, androgyna, subclavata, 4-5 cm longa.
The tracks are Omaha Song (4:29), Whirlwinds Dancing (5:52), Voyagers--Improvisation 12 (2:53), Go to the Desert (2:05), Dream Time (4:17), Bashraf Farahfaza (2:28), Amazing Grace (3:53), Prayer from Jewish Life (5:15), Crow Wing (3:07), Longa Farahfaza (3:07), Companion of My Soul (4:19), Lake That Speaks (4:19), Those Were Nights (4:23), and Indigena Indigenous (4:32).