," said Captain Wragge, pathetically drifting into Latin -- "vita brevis!
is barely out of the blocks but it is racing ahead in the absolutely lovely little cafe stakes.
CJ Catapusan wounded up with 21 markers while Pio Longa
ended with 15 points, all from three-point range.
About 50 communist rebels raided the compound owned by Martin Longa
, chairman of Barangay Sta.
Azadirachta indica, Carallumafimbriata, Allium sativum, Curcuma longa
, Citrullus colocynthis and Calotropisprocera in modifying the behavior of maize weevil in storage condition.
was rearrested moments after the DPP dropped the charges of being in the country illegally.
MiraGloss cream comes with the same formula, containing Butyrospermum Parkii (or Shea Butter), Cera Alba, Curcuma longa
root extract, Aloe Barbadensis leaf juice, and Citrus Limon Peel Oil.
The festival includes several musical and dancing performances for great artists, and presents a collection of Arab and foreign shows such as, Habanera, Alla Turca (Turkish March), Mozart Serenade, Longa
Ryad, Greek Zorba ballet, Farandole and many other performances.
In the present study, Curcuma longa
, a plant belonging to the Zingiberaceae family was chosen for investigating its anti-ulcer property which has potent anti-inflammatory  activity also.
(turmeric) is currently considered a potential source of new medicines for a variety of ailments due to the presence of curcuminoids (Corcolon, et al.
Sob a perspectiva socioantropologica, expandindose o olhar para alem dos aspectos estritamente anatomofisiologicos das doencas, os acometidos por adoecimentos de longa
duracao sao referidos como adoecidos ou doentes cronicos, explicitando-se as peculiaridades biograficas vividas pelos sujeitos (dimensao microssocial), e os recursos biomedicos, institucionais e socioculturais utilizados para o enfrentamento de suas enfermidades (dimensao macrossocial).
The present study was intended to validate the antimicrobial, antidiarrheal and anticancer activity of turmeric (Curcuma longa
L.) and black pepper (Piper nigrum L.), used in Pakistani cuisine to enrich flavour and to treat infectious wounds.