koneke

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koneke

(ˈkɒnˌɛkɪ) or

konaki

n, pl koneke or konaki
NZ a farm vehicle with runners in front and wheels at the rear
[Māori]
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In addition, olive leaf extracts were reported to have antimicrobial (Pereira et al., 2007), anti-HIV (Baoa et al.,2007; Huang et al., 2003), antioxidant (Farag et al., 2007) and hypoglycemic activity (Konaki et al., 2003).
An optional second week ashore is available at the Konaki Hotel on Lefkas Island for an additional pounds 100 per person B&B based on two sharing (single supplement applies).
Another expression describing infertile women, kashite sannen konaki wa saru (a wife should leave her husband if she cannot have a child within three years of marriage) was listed as well.
Although being obsolete, both umazume and kashite sannen konaki wa saru reflect a widespread misunderstanding that women are the primary cause of infertility.
#Konaki, 920 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow G3 7TF , t./ 0141 342 4010 Tuck into some of Konaki's delicious offerings, and you will be in heaven.
Konaki's well balanced menu also features a wide selection of skewers, kebabs and fish.
Tenders are invited for Digging of peripheral trench/ water absorption trench around konaki rf in compt.no: 104 & 105 during 2017-18 in konaki beat and piduguralla section of guntur range
In the Taverna Konaki in Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow, the supporters raised the roof as the final whistle blew, with Angelo Charisteas's goal clinching the win.
Konaki co-owner Dimitri Stafoilaraki said: 'It would have been a travesty of justice if we hadn't won tonight.
There were jubilant scenes in Glasgow's Konaki Greek Taverna as staff and more than 100 diners watched the match on Greek satellite TV.
It's called Konaki and you'll find this newly opened taverna deep in the west end of Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow, across from the Lorne Hotel and my all-time favourite Indian restaurant, Mother India.