acceptable daily intake

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acceptable daily intake

(ADI) A human’s safe daily intake of any chemical, in milligrams per kilogram of body weight.
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Pleading that he was but a harmless hunter from a tribe farther south, Mugambi begged to be allowed to go upon his way; but Abdul Mourak, admiring the warrior's splendid physique, decided to take him back to Adis Abeba and present him to Menelek.
With this idea always uppermost in his mind, he courted the good opinion of the Abyssinians, asked them many questions about their emperor and their country, and evinced a growing desire to reach their destination, that he might enjoy all the good things which they assured him the city of Adis Abeba contained.
Colonel Belik was born in Adis Abeba, the capital of the empire, and until recently had been in command of the emperor's palace guard.
Adi is a 10-year old boy with autism, who is unable to communicate due to severe language deficits and minimal verbal communication skills.
Adi Azuan's lawyer Datuk Shaharudin Ali said the remand order was given by a magistrate in Putrajaya today.
Keeping its roots intact, the Adi community recently celebrated its Solung Giidi festival in New Delhi in the most grandeur manner.
The engagement included a plant tour, a rundown of ADI's three longstanding divisions and a discussion of the overall current business climate with ADI President Kevin Smith.
When we have our mill, we have the benefit of bagasse as a feedstock for biomass,' said Gerardo Tee, ADI COO.
Futures trading on the ADI will raise the global profile of Abu Dhabi's capital markets and encourage more foreign investment.
"OneTree's expertise aligns with ADI's strategic focus on GaN technology and extends ADI's broad portfolio of high-performance RF and microwave signal-chain solutions for infrastructure, defense, and instrumentation markets."
The groundbreaking took place in May, and ADI Lumberyard, as the facility will be called, will accept its first artistic residencies in summer 2018.