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catechu

a powerful astringent formerly used internally for the treatment of diarrhea. Contains 25 to 35% catechutannic acid. Prepared from the heartwood of the leguminous tree Acacia catechu.
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He has his eccentricities, including living in his cutch, or cupboard, under the stairs, expecting rewards for his good work at the end of the day, and leaving a household if he ever is given clothes.
Cliff edge Fledging success and recruitment are asymmetrically low in broods above the modal cutch size.
Although rice was the most important commodity, export of grain other than rice, timber, raw cotton, cutch also grew, as did imports.
CUTCH INVOLVEMENT AND INVESTMENT IN AMERICAN RAILROADS
Cutch assy opening, O/H, providing clutch plate, cover assy, clutch brg assy, clutch fork assy, clutch hsg assy, 6pc fitting bolt, clutch fork, patti set, clutch release spr, 2bnd waste, 1pc polish paper, fitting & O/H, fly wheel assy, fly wheel bolt 8pc, lock patti 4pc, fly wheel brg providing & fitting.
Black cutch, pounds 15 @ Next Black wide leg jumpsuit with gold belt, pounds 54.
14) The land of origin is an important parameter in judging a horse, and Tod in his Annals observes that there were several horse fairs in Marwar, where "the horses of Cutch and Cattiawar, the jungle, and Mooltan, were brought in great numbers.
Product Line: Rockford Powertrain, through its subsidiaries, Rockford Cutch Corp.