Monola


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Monola

(mɒˈnəʊlə)
n
(Cookery) trademark Austral a form of canola, modified through selective breeding, which yields a cooking oil low in saturated fat
[from Monsanto the company that developed the oil + canola]
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Tafa was interviewed by the Home Office where she admitted the offence of using a false ID card and it was established through the Greek Embassy that Eleni Monola is a real person.
Hermon et al., "Monola oil versus canola oil as a fish oil replacer in rainbow trout feeds: Effects on growth, fatty acid metabolism and final eating quality," Food Chemistry, vol.
Monola, Celanese: Advances will continue in coating technologies that will allow progressively lower VOC content while leading to improved functional and aesthetic performance.
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Recent developments have expanded their scope to cover the entire sheen range from flat to semigloss paints, according to Brad Monola, marketing manager for Paints and Coatings with Celanese.
Cleaner Monola Mosquera said: "I heard three bangs and I saw Carole and the old lady on the floor with the wheelchair on top of their legs."
After their game was allowed to go ahead in farcical conditions a fortnight ago ,Olympiakos again take a lead over Benfica through Monolas who nods home from a corner kick.
"Monolas is aggressive and attacks the ball well so the loss of Majstorovic will not weaken them too much."