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boza

An acidulated, slightly fermented drink made from millet seed, hemp seed, darnel meal and various astringents, which is popular from Bulgaria to Ukraine. It allegedly increases the size of the female breast and is thought to stimulate milk production during lactation.
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On Philip II's skillful use of texts and images as propaganda, see Civil; Bouza, 1994a and b (both found in Spanish in Bouza, 1998, 58-94, 134-52); Lazure, 2000; Edouard, 2005, 367: "The question of the nature of Philip II's power can be answered by suggesting that he was first and foremost a 'power in images.
Bouza delivers provocative insight into police work and public expectations of law enforcement agencies in contemporary American society.
Fernando Bouza, Comunicacion, Conocimiento y Memoria eran la Espana de los Siglos XVI y XVII (Salamanca: SEMYR, 1999): English translation: Communication, Knowledge, and Memory in Early Modern Spain (Philadelphia, University of Pennsylvania Presss, 2004), 10-11.
Replacements: E Guinazu for Bonorino 66 mins; P Bouza for Losada 69 mins; M Schusterman for Durand 72 mins.
Squad: Agulla, Fernandez Miranda, Senillosa (all Hindu), Ayerza (Leicester Tigers), Schustermann, Bouza (both Leeds Tykes), Contepomi (Rovigo), De Vedia (Saracens), Durand, Todeschini (both Montpellier), Fernandez Lobbe (Sale Sharks), Fernandez Miranda (Aviron Bayonnais Rugby), Lozada, Gambarini (both CASI), Gonzalez Bonorino (Capitolina), Guinazu (Agen), Henn (Montauban), Leguizamon (London Irish), Leonelli (Glasgow Warriors), Serra (SIC), Vergallo (Jockey Club Rosario), Alvarez (Perpignan).
In fact, Luis Quirantes Bouza, the Cuban consul in Monterrey, attended La Bodeguita's November 2011 inauguration in that city.
The biggest trend on the day is "vajazzling', which involves waxing off the hair before gluing on diamantes in designs such as hearts or crosses, Bouza stated.
Illegal, trivial, meaningless arrests undermine confidence in the justice system and corrupt the enforcers," Bouza said.
In a study by Bouza et al, at least 15 colony forming units per plate were required to confirm 'colonisation' (20).