urali


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urali

(ʊˈrɑːlɪ)
n
1. (Botany) a resinous poison derived from many tropical American plant species. Also called: curare
2. (Plants) a plant yielding this poison
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On Vishu, the puja room is decked up with a special vessel (urali) containing cucumber, pumpkin, coconut, plantains, mangoes, pineapples, rice, grains and arecanut, which is kept in front of their favourite deities.
Bari: Laterza, 1967, [2008.sup.22] (francese [Paris: Payot, 1972], giapponese [Tokio: Jiritu Shabo, 1976, [1994.sup.2]], spagnolo [Madrid: Alianza Editorial, 1983], cinese [Pechino: "Guoway yuyanxue", 1983], ceco [Praha: Odeon, 1989]), russo [Ekaterinburg:Universita degli Urali, 1999], rumeno [Lasi: Polirom, 2000]).
1966, Bevezetes az urali nyelvtudomanyba (A magyar nyelv finnugor alapjai), Budapest.
The six tribal communities, namely, Malappandaran, Urali, Maya-arayan, Ulladan, Malavedan, and Malakurava of Pathanamthitta district, Kerala, India use several plant species like Asparagus racemosus, Celastrus paniculatus, Elaeagnus conferta, Flemingia strobilifera, Gouania microcarpa, Helicteres isora, Kunstleria keralensis, Myristica malabarica, and Sphenodesme involucrata for treatment of body pain [9].
Patil, who hails from nearby Urali Kanchan village and used to commute daily to Pune for tailoring work, is in hospital where his statement is being recorded.
Vicino alla strada, in una piccola radura in mezzo alla foresta, al valico d'una delle piu alte vette degli Urali, si erge un obelisco di marmo, sulla cui fronte orientale e incisa la parola "Asia"; e sull'occidentale "Europa".
For centuries, indigenous tribes in South America used curare (which is also known as ourara, woorari, wourali, and urali) (36) to make poison-tipped hunting arrows.