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bael (bāl),

n Latin name:
Aegle marmelos; parts used: fruit (ripe and unripe), pulp, bark, roots; uses: in Ayurveda considered a rasayana, pacifies kapha and vata doshas, increases pitta dosha (bitter, astringent, light, dry); unripe fruit: astringents, digestive problems; ripe fruit: diarrhea, dysentery; roots: melancholia, fevers, cardiac tonic; leaves: cardiac tonic, skin ulcers, eye disorders; precautions: large doses may cause liver abnormalities. Also called
bel, beli, Bengal quince, bilva, or
shivadruma.
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Prohibitions, Merger Control and Procedures, Edward Elgar Publishing, Cheltenham (2007); Richard Whish, Competition Law, Oxford University Press, Londres (2008); e Ivo Van Bael & Jean-Francois Bellis, Competition Law of the European Community, Kluwer Law International, Alphen aan den Rijn, Holanda (2010).
This relative delay is also in line with previous studies showing a difficulty in accurately imitating prosodic contours of linguistic phrases at 12 months (Schaerlaekens, Forrez, & Van Bael, 1990; Siegel, Cooper, Morgan, & Brenneise-Sarshad, 1990) while around 3 or 4 years this ability seems already quite developed (Loeb & Allen, 1993; Snow, 2001).
En 2006 formo parte del consulado de Mexico en Arkansas, y antes fue litigante del despacho juridico Van Bael & Bellis y de la consultoria ENHESA en Bruselas.
In the face of the current citrus threat, scientists at UC Riverside are developing a legal source of plant material for popular noncitrus hosts of the psyllid, such as bael tree, a native food plant of India also used for traditional medicine, and Indian curry leaf, a flavoring common in the cuisine of India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and other Southeast Asian countries.
2008) and Desmedt and Van Bael (2010) presented the results from a feasibility study to the implementation phase of vertical ground heat exchangers (GHEs) in combination with a GSHP for a Belgian office building.
With such a belief, devotees are thronging the temple to offer bael patri (wood apple leaves), milk, curd, Ghee (traditional Indian clarified butter) and honey," said Tej Prakash Sharma, a priest.