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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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Amid this dizzyingly rapid change, Mevlut remains as outdated yet unchanged as the boza he sells, missing opportunities for entrepreneurship and apathetic to becoming a wage earner.
Boza said Harte and Mr Gunn argued in the pub and in the taxi on the way to the flat where Harte stabbed him and forced Boza to help dispose of the body.
Now even the sight of a bottle of boza evokes painful memories and makes me nauseous.
Pamuk has said Desai, 19 years his junior, will help him with his new novel which is about an Istanbul street vendor of boza ( a popular Turkish drink) who loses his job.
Ileana Boza, Global Head of Business Strategy and Client Development at MIGA, spoke on supporting foreign investment into the region.
However, conventional bonds or Islamic Sukuk issued by either the public or the private sector institutions in such countries and markets, offer potentially high-return investment opportunities," said Ileana Boza, Global Head of Business Strategy and Client Development at MIGA.
He won 82 fights, lost just eight and beat some of the best of his generation, notably Ray 'Boom Boom' Mancini, Rafael 'Bazooka' Limon, Jim Watt, and Cornelius Boza Edwards.
Some companies offer consumers an opportunity to remove their names from marketing lists by opting out (Milne and Boza 1999; Phelps, Nowak, and Ferrell 2000).
Herpetologist Eduardo Boza of the Universidad de Costa Rica (UCR) added for reporters that the Bolitoglossa, with 21 species, is the most diverse salamander group in Costa Rica.
10 MAREK SIEPRAWSKI (1968-) Sieprawski is a Polish prose writer whose Miasteczko z LudzkaTwarza (Little Town with a Human Face) (Lampa i Iskra Boza, 2002) tells the tale of a community that renounced the everyday troubles of capitalist economy and liberal democracy and made a nostalgic return to the all-too-recent past of the ancien regime.
Romanian beer drinker Constantin Barbu has crossed the Danube into Bulgaria to buy Boza millet ale in the border town of Ruse.
Luis Javier Boza Parra scored a consolation touchdown for the Bears in the dying seconds to conclude the scoring at 39-8.