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amrita

The tantric sex term for the female ejaculate, which is similar to prostatic secretions.

amrita (ämˑ·rë·tä),

n Latin name:
Tinospora cordifolia; parts used: stem, roots, leaves; uses: in Ayurveda pacifies tridosha (bitter, astringent, heavy, oily), antiallergic, anticancer, antineoplastic, antioxidant, antistress, antiulcer, immunomodulator, hepatoprotective, hypoglycemic, leprosy, tonic, stimulant, diuretic, stomachic, asthma, fever, jaundice, inflammation, sores, rheumatism, tuberculosis, liver conditions, malaria; leaves: gout; roots: emetic; precautions: nausea with large doses. Also called
gulancha tinospora guluchi or
guruchi.
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16:34 Amritha Sudharshan: For people who work in such a state, they should be given proper environments to do their job.
Amritha was winning applause all around through the media when the story was turned on its head today, with a case registered against her.
Women's finals: DPS, Sharjah, 49 (Juliet Johny 18, Najat Abdul Wahab 11, Umaira Thasneem 7, Jennet Johny 6, Roshanara Anwar 5, Diksha 2) beat Trishco Jaguars: 22 ( Roshini 9, Shwetha 5, Christeen 2, Susmitha 2, Shreya 2 and Amritha 2).
The Comets, comprising of Amritha Menon (14), Chelsea Noronha (14), Janvi Palan (15) and Tessa Ann John (16), moved into the quarterfinals of the seniors team category following a nerve-wracking match against The Mavericks, with both teams in a position to win on the final question.
Millennium under-13 girls, who had earlier beat Dubai Modern in the league round, started confidently when Shreya Munghe and Amritha Leo started attacking Dubai Modern.
Incidentally, Haritha also won the ladies singles final defeating Amritha Kuttikrishnan 21-19, 21-9.
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On the distaff, Areej Farah was a 6-2, 6-0 winner over Amritha Lakshmi in the ladies' singles division.
Even while her hooded arrest pictures and film stills flashed across TV and newspaper pages, very few in Kerala realised that an important Malayalam TV channel, Amritha TV, was then airing a half- hour woman- oriented show called Snehitha that she anchored, for a content provider called Mother Media.
The subject-wise toppers list is as follows: English: Swezinski Zelia Menezes 97 per cent; Mathematics: Muhammed Shaffaf 98 per cent; Physics: Kulsum Barkat Ali Tejani 98 per cent; Chemistry: Kabeer Mehfooz and Kulsum Barkat Ali Tejani 98 per cent; Biology: Amritha Vijayan 99 per cent; Computer Science: Muhammed Shaffaf and Rag Ketankumar Brahmbhatt 98 per cent; Economics: Lydia Abraham 97 per cent; Business Studies: Nita Robin D'Cruz 98 per cent; Accountancy: Akshita Nitin Sangoi, Bejoy Babu Thomas, Ernst Schwan, Raeesa Shabbir Mukadam, Ryan Maxwell George.
He will return to his home country India, where he will join as a lecturer in Amritha Institute of Medical Sciences in Ernamkulam, Kerala.