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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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Sua forma e retangular, executada com malha de arame galvanizado e preenchida com material inerte.
Sea Vegetables such as sea weed, Kelp, Arame, Hiziki, Kombu, and Wakame and fish and shrimp, are also included in the list.
Arame Art Gallery Hailing from Beirut and dedicated to Armenian art, Arame Art Gallery has been around since 2003, and currently collaborates with over 40 painters and sculptors from the Eurasian country.
"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.
Right After, 1969, fibra de vidro, polyester, resina, arame, aproximadamente: 5 x 18 x 4 ft (152.39 x 548.61 x 121.91 cm).
Guto Lacaz, Oleo Maria a Procura da Salada, 1982, objeto (bandeja, lata de oleo, motor e arame).
Arame Mbengue (1), Mor Diaw (2), Gerard Akpo (3), Hamidou Deme (3), Valentin Ouedraogo (2), Abdou K Sow (2), Oumar Diop (4), Arnaud Jean Florent Tiendrebeogo (2), Fatoumata Ba (5), Mamadou Mbdji (4), Aissatou Seek (2), Saliamata Diagne Houndjo (2), Maimouna Toure (2), Mame Saloum Coly (1), Fatou Bintou Sarr (6), Abdoulaye Ba (2), Abdoulaye Samb (2)
O processo de brasagem consiste na utilizacao do arame de solda (material de adicao para fazer a juncao entre o tubo de aluminio e outro componente), este arame deve ser mergulhado em fluxo (liquido de composto quimico que ajuda na juncao do material).