umbu

umbu

phytolaccadioica.
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Its lines include coconut water, water hyacinth, araucaria, bromeliad, sugarcane, lemongrass, jenipapo, mandacaru, flowers orchard, umbu and victoria regia and are well-accepted by consumers--especially the Mandacaru hand and body cream.
Five-km run: 1 Ghalib Sheroogi, MO, 18:12; 2 Saeed Abdulla, MO, 18:31; 3 Ahmed Alaali, MO, 18:41; 4 Mohammed Javid, M40, 21:15; 5 Darrell Chinn, M40, 21:42; 6 Ian Cary Zeitler, JB, 22:08; 7 Matthew Chinn, JB, 22:48; 8 Suraj Tamang, MO, 23:06; 9 Karna Umbu, M40, 23:12; 10, Alex Cox, MO, 23:20; 11, Jessica Buck, LO, 23:28; 12, Jillian Mouton, JG, 23:35; 13, George Max Navadel, JB, 23:44; 14, Mykala Bazen, JG, 24:39; 15, Freddie Bazen, M40, 24:40; 16, Molly Hayes, LO, 25:30; 17, Alex Lodge, MO, 26:07; 18, Nathaniel Larson, MO, 26:14; 19, Dan Fournier, M50+, 27:37; 20, Richard Eravis, M50+, 27:39; 21, Miranda Kent, LO, 28:18; 22, Jasmine Bisheh, LO, 29:13; 23, Hope Chinn, LO, 29:27; 24, Faith Chinn, L40+, 29:28; 25, George Nawadel, M40, 32:11.
24) According to the interim district head of this new district, Umbu Saga Anakaka, (25) he had provided the company a temporary permit, because it had already arranged permits from higher levels in the bureaucracy.
Similarly the UN Development Programme (UNDP) representative Nelson Umbu said human rights violations are committed by state actors but he was quick to elucidate that UNDP provides support to police and prisons only in order to reduce human rights abuses in southern Sudan.
The team ensured that the technology and materials used in the restoration, from the temporary earth work buttressing, to the bhojpatra, yagzas, and umbu (dried twigs, usually black or ochre, placed at the top parapet) employed in the packing of the rabsaal roof, and even the mud layering technique for the terraces, adhered to traditional Ladakhi techniques and materials originally used in the building's construction 600 years ago.
Acai, umbu, caja, cupuacu, graviola, maracuja, acerola, priprioca, pinhao: Those are the traditional names for Brazilian biodiversity.
Cool Green is a zingy blend of apple, pineapple and lime juice mixed with mango, banana and umbu puree (exotic citrus fruit).
This will be followed with us filing the indictment and a dossier on the case in court," said Umbu Laga Lazore, a member of the investigative team that probed Suharto's wealth.
Other processed tropical fruits traded internationally, although in small quantities, include the following: cashew (from Brazil); pomegranate (Peru, Brazil and Colombia); naranjilla/lulo (Brazil, Peru, Colombia and Ecuador); umbu and caja (Brazil); cherimoya (Mexico, Venezuela, Philippines, Brazil and Ecuador); and acerola (Brazil and certain Caribbean countries).
Suraj Tamang, who took part in the men's open, was seventh in 12:57, tJithesh V S (13:10) followed in eighth, Karana Umbu (13:18) ninth and Nanda Rai (13:27) rounded up the top 10 runners.
The umbu tree is important from an economic and social standpoint to many populations in Brazil's northeast due to its edible fruit and high tolerance to drought.