Amida


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Amida

(amidə)
n
(Buddhism) the Japanese name for Amitabha
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A amida natural foi obtida com rendimento de 5-7% e com elevado grau de pureza (~98%, determinado por GC-MS).
Los anestesicos locales tipo amida poseen una cinetica bicompartimental o tricompartimental y su metabolismo es a nivel microsomal hepatico, con diversas reacciones que conducen a distintos metabolitos, algunos potencialmente toxicos como la ortotoluidina de la prilocaina, capaz de producir metahemoglobinemia.
Others include 'Homage to the Buddha of Infinite Light and Life' and 'Total Reliance on the Compassionate Power of Amida Buddha.
30 for 7pm Venue: Amida Hampton, Staines Road, Twickenham TW2 5JD Cost: 10 [pounds sterling], cheques (payable to ClMA) to Members' Network Support, CIMA, 26 Chapter Street, London SW1P 4NP
His first winner was Amida at Wolverhampton in March 1936 and, after others had followed quickly, Hobbs agreed to the suggestion of the stewards of the National Hunt Committee the following year that he should turn professional.
El producto purificado arrojo un espectro infrarrojo que reflejo la aparicion de nuevas bandas respecto al PELBD original a 663 y a 3346cm-1, pertenecientes a las vibraciones del enlace N-H de la amida introducida y a 1650[cm.
6) The "blank magic" of abstraction later transformed this open prayer for Flavin's dying brother into icon IV--a Formica icebox given the ecumenical sheen of fluorescent "daylight" and a title that directs it away from Catholicism to the "pure land" of Amida Buddhism.
2]O) como amida do acido nicotinico, nicotinamida y amida do acido 3-piridinocarboxilico.
Jodo-shin-shu also taught (without solving the contradiction of ketsubonkyo) Amida Buddha could save all, including the most sinful of sinners, such as women, if they called upon the name of Amida at the time of their death.
Rovers failed to clear their lines amida scramble in the box with a Martin Harty effort rebounding before Nelson stepped up to score the winner.
The replica of Amida Nyorai (Amitabha Tathagata) was handed over in a ceremony featuring Buddhist rituals and prayers and attended by Buddhist scholars and monks from Japan, South Korea, India and Nepal.
The biblical stories became garbled, and after the expulsion of the Jesuits, the confused tangle of beliefs that was Japanese Christianity took refuge with Amida Buddhism until contact with the west was resumed in the later nineteenth century.