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greta (grāˑ·tä)),

n a traditional pre-paration originating from Mexico used to relieve empacho, an infection thought to be related to the obstruction of the gastrointestinal tract. There have been reports of lead poisoning from greta. See Azarcón.
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In its report on Bulgaria, GRETA notes that aThere is a need in for a coordinated approach towards the problems in the Roma community, involving all relevant institutions and aiming at improving their integration and access to education, health care and social assistance as an ultimate prevention measure against trafficking in human beingsa.
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