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attar

An essential oil (e.g., attar of roses). Medicated aromatic oils are not used in the mainstream medical practice.
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Jain of Pragati Aroma Distillery, whose family has been into the attar business for seven generations.
The distillation and making of attar appears to have been introduced from Persia into the town of Kannauj.
I walked past an old perfume house, dodging the crowds, stopped at an ancient shop selling attar, which was emanating a mixture of smells from incense, coriander, fresh dung on the street and of the next door sweet shop.
The allegation of the offer to Mr Attar for Nathalie -echoing the plot of the film Indecent Proposal where Robert Redford plays a wealthy bachelor who offers a poor, newly-married couple one million dollars if he can spend one night with the wife -was 'ridiculous', he said.
But mother-of-three Mrs Attar, aged 35, who gave evidence when she was seven months pregnant with her fourth child, claimed he had tried to destablise her marriage and that he twice sexually harassed her -once with a kiss on the lips and on another occasion by touching her breast.
Accompanied by his wife, Rina, who has been at his side throughout the case, the Rabbi added: 'And I want to thank the real heroine Nathalie Attar who has been vindicated.
Bearded Dubliner Brian Maccaba planned his own version of the Robert Redford and Demi Moore blockbuster movie as he tried to win over 34-year-old teacher Nathalie Attar.
Mrs Attar caught his eye after she took the job of teaching his children at his swish home in the centre of the wealthy Jewish area of Hendon, north London.