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(Elements & Compounds) of or relating to malic acid or anything derived from it
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(ˈmæl ɪk, ˈmeɪ lɪk)

of or derived from malic acid.
[1790–1800; < French malique < Latin māl(um) apple + French -ique -ic]
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Malic, who also lost a leg, and Zarko shook hands and hugged just before Diana arrived.
The calcium with citric and malic acid was used because it is the most soluble form of calcium and thereby reduces the risk of kidney stone formation.
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Malic and citric acid were major organic acids and Sucrose was found as the most dominant sugar in all cultivars.
Exhibiting artists include Lindsey Lee Miska, Ernie Schweit, Marie Hines, Roni Malic, Charlene Riffer, Maureen Rivkin, Debbie Kalinowski, Heather June Toeser, Wendy Petera, Phil Schorn and Edie Wendricks.
THE three photographs hanging in an arc above his mother's sofa discoloured to faded pink long ago, but they shine no less brightly to Malic Bradaric and his parents.
"She met with those who had suffered life-changing injuries as a result of anti-personnel mines, she listened to their stories, and helped share them with the world,"&nbsp;Harry said, describing an encounter Diana had with two young boys named Malic and Zarko.
Scientists at the University of Arkansas investigated the use of electrostatic spray technology and organic acids, malic acid and lactic acid, alone and in combination, to disintegrate biofilms formed on spinach leaves.
Malic Acid and polyphenol-rich apple help maintain healthy elastin while reviving youthful tone and texture.
Ingredients include EcoSafe coral minerals and vitamins D3, K1 and K2 to support healthy bones; GreenGrow, a vegetable source glucosamine; PUREFLEX chondroitin and MSM to help support healthy joints and flexibility; undenatured Bio-Collagen UC-II to promote an immune response when joints are exposed to extreme conditions; and Betaine HCL, calcium ascorbate and malic acid to help maintain proper nutrient absorption.