ayu


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ayu

(ˈɑːjuː; ˈaɪuː)
n
(Animals) a small fish, Plecoglossus altivelis, native to Japan and the surrounding areas, known for the sweetness of its flesh
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Cosy and relaxed, AYU is a wonderfully enjoyable place to have dinner, with floor-to-ceiling windows and a laid-back ambiance.
We are scared to go outside AYU KARTIKA ON SHOCK OVER WA'S GRIM DEATH
"Everybody was crying, everybody was shocked," said villager Ayu Kartika.
The senators include Rosti Uli Purba (Riau Province), GKR Ayu Koes Indriyah (Jawa Tengah Province), Habib Hamid Abdullah (South Kalimantan), KH Muslihuddin Abdurrasyid, (East Kalimantan Province) Ir.
The first leg of the forum, which runs March 2-3 at National Taiwan University Library in Taipei, features authors Nathalie Chang, Chung Wen-yin, Fang Hu-chen, Kan Yao-ming, Wallis Nokan and Ye Mimi from Taiwan, as well as writer Ayu Utami from Indonesia; poet and editor Norazimah Abu Bakar, Malaysia; blogger-poet Nay Phone Latt, Myanmar; poet Carlomar Arcangel Daoana, the Philippines; author Prabda Yoon, Thailand; and novelist Bao Ninh, Vietnam.
Ayu Utami's novels Saman (1998) and Larung (2001) have attracted considerable attention, yet little of this attention has focused on their representation of cosmopolitanism.
A clinical trial published in AYU, a journal of research in Ayurveda, studied the effect of supplementation with KSM-66 Ashwagandha on cardiorespiratory endurance.
For example, leading direct selling company Orindo Alam Ayu PT (Oriflame) joined internet retailing in 2015 although maintaining direct selling as its retailing core format.
Edited by Norshidah Mohamed, Teddy Mantoro, Media Ayu, and Murni Mahmud
En este contexto, destaca la estrategia de servicios financieros rurales, a traves de las cajas de ahorro promovidas por la Fundacion Ayu en la mixteca oaxaquena, la cual tiene como soporte primordial el ahorro de las mujeres rurales, pero con la novedad de que incorporan la figura de ninos y ninas ahorradoras, "Los Chispitas".
The Movimento Ipereg Ayu and Instituto Raoni were among the honorees from 19 countries representing indigenous groups from Central and South America, as well as Central and Southeast Asia.