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carabin

(ˈkærəbɪn) or

carabine

n
(Firearms, Gunnery, Ordnance & Artillery) variant forms of carbine2
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Burdock and Carabin (2009) reported that coriander oil had no adverse effects or toxicity and that it may be used as food and is considered safe for human consumption.
Jim Carabin, VP/GM of Crimson Tide Sports Marketing, added, "SummitMedia's wide array of on-air and digital platforms will give Alabama fans expanded access to Crimson Tide content throughout the athletic season.
Burdock and Carabin (2004) explained: "Generally recognized as safe (GRAS) is the self-determination of safety and regulatory compliance in an otherwise stringently regulated venue.
It has been shown to possess low acute toxicity in rodent species and may cause irritation in skin and eyes if used in pure form (Burdock & Carabin 2007).
(1.) Budke CM, Carabin H, Ndimubanzi PC, Nguyen H, Rainwater E, Dickey M, et al.
Jorge Mera, MD [1]; Claudia Vellozzi, MD [2]; Susan Hariri, PhD [2]; Helene Carabin, DVM, PhD [3]; Douglas A.