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am·ni·a

 (ăm′nē-ə)
n.
A plural of amnion.
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Eccl, 5,17.3-4), en Filadelfia estuvo activa la profetisa cristiana Amnia. Ver a Carter, "Accommodating 'Jezebel' and Withdrawing John: Negotiating Empire in Revelation Then and Now", 32-47; y a Beale, The Book of Revelation, 260-263.
Amir Karara : he started his career as a TV presenter in shows like 'Star Maker' and small roles in movies and TV shows but he came all the way to become one of the biggest stars in the Ramadan series season with shows like 'El Mowaten X,' 'Taraf Talet,' and his recent hit 'Kalabsh.' Menna Shalabi : she started off her career by appearing in huge productions such as 'Hadith al Sabah Wa al Masaa,' and with huge stars such as Mahmoud Abdel Aziz in 'Al Saher,' Yousra in 'Al Asseefa' and Kamal el-Shennawi in 'Le Dawa'y Amnia.' Now after years of experience from participating in many great works, she still captures our attention and move us with her honest, natural performances.
In vivo influence of extract from Amnia melanocarpa on the erythrocyte membranes in patients with hypercholesterolemia.
Thanks to the innovative formulation of AmniA Soul Eco, polyamide textiles can decompose in merely three years after having been discarded, while traditional polyamide fibers take decades to decompose.