Apana


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Apana

Life sustaining energy centered in the larger intestine; the fifth of the five airs of Ayurvedic philosophy; the life force governing expulsion activity.
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Villa Apana is located in a resource-poor area of the city near Ovejuyo.
Traditionally, in the last month of pregnancy the woman may be given small, gentle therapeutic oil enemas to be sure that the apana prana is balanced for the work of labor.
APANA is excited to be at the heart of the water management revolution and to contribute to a more sustainable water future.
After Saturday's start at Lake Elsinore - his third with the JetHawks - Apana was promoted to Double-A.
Passage of this agreement was a real breakthrough and a major step toward achieving the ultimate goal of a single combined contract for the 9,000 mechanics at the new airline," said Roger Apana, a mechanic from Honolulu and a member of the negotiating committee.
The one that is especially of note for childbearing is the Apana Vayu, which rules the movement of urine, feces, ejaculation, menses, and childbirth.
Matt Apana, whose first two starts with the JetHawks were cut short by pitch counts, worked through the fifth to even his record at 1-1.
Oahu Mayor James "Kimo" Apana, Maui Governor Benjamin Cayetano, Oahu David Fradin, Digital Communications Green Point Nurseries, Hawaii Island
The Honorable Benjamin Cayetano, Governor of Hawaii, and Maui County Mayor James "Kimo" Apana, Jr.
apana apu [117] na sammale [118] na samajhai [119] muniadi bannai [120] bhara amochade rachia kurai [121] suadi [122] (3)