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ar·a·me

 (ăr′ə-mā, ə-rä′-)
n.
An edible, mild-flavored seaweed.

[Japanese.]

arame

(əˈrɑːmiː)
n
(Plants) a dark brown or black seaweed, Eisenia bicyclis (or Ecklonia bicyclis), that is used in Japanese cuisine
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Noun1.arame - an edible seaweed with a mild flavorarame - an edible seaweed with a mild flavor
seaweed - plant growing in the sea, especially marine algae
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Graduating from NYU Abu Dhabi comes with realizing the privilege of being shaped in a learning environment where mutual respect, tolerance, and open-mindedness are fundamental and prioritized," said alumni Arame Dieng, who is currently a finance management trainee at Unilever Middle East and North Africa Headquarters in Dubai.
The individual soups themselves are truly impressive and range from Beef Consomme with Porcini Mushrooms; Italian Wedding Soup; Thai Meatball & Coconut Soup; Chicken Mulligatawny Soup; and Teriyaki Salmon Ramen; to Broccoli & Parsley Soup; Egyptian Aubergine & Tomato Soup; Arame & Tofu Soup; and Bloody Mary Party Soup.
O sistema de conducao da lavoura foi por espaldeira, com os mouroes a uma distancia de 5 m e um fio de arame liso a 1,8 m de altura em relacao ao solo.
Na primeira poda de inverno, as hastes ja tutoradas devem ser despontadas um pouco acima do arame.
Entao, o coracao de Ofelia, atualizado pela expressao contemporanea se estrutura a partir do tramado do arame de cobre, cujos nos e filmentos se referem ao conjunto vascular, garantindo a oca tridimensionalidade do objeto, devidamente configurado pelo tecido, que lhe serve de membrana.
En las Figuras 9 y 10 de la Opera do Arame se visualizan mujeres posando sonrientes.
As sementes foram colocadas em triplicata em cesta de arame vazado formando uma amostra em monocamada.
o sistema de conducao e sustentacao das plantas foi em espaldeira vertical, com os mouroes a uma distancia de 6,0 m e um fio de arame liso a 1,8 m de altura em relacao ao solo.
If you can find arame, a type of seaweed frequently used in Japanese cuisine, it adds a mild seafood flavor to this recipe; if arame is not available, crumbled nori (dried seaweed) can be used.
The Yerevan-based Arame Art Gallery is holding its fourth consecutive exhibition of Armenian art in the two-story gallery that faces onto the main square.