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basti

Ayurvedic medicine
A herbal enema used in ayurvedic medicine to eliminate ama (physiologic impurities).

basti

(bas′tē) [Sanskrit basti, bladder]
In Ayurvedic medicine, cleansing the body of toxins with enemas.
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The rag-pickers families pay quite a high rent over the land upon which Shanti Busti is built to a "landlord", who, in return, provides them some protection from eviction by the government.
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Attraversarono il Pincio, buio e popolato di busti di marmo, girarono intorno il cavalcatolo in direzione di Via Veneto.
She discusses a statuary group by Agostino Busti with the title Lacto lupum and the literary background of the saying which goes back to the Palatine Anthology.
The pulp mills--used in paper manufacturing--are drawing harsh criticism from environmentalists and protests from area residents, especially on the Argentine side of the river, where opposition takes some leadership from Jorge Busti, governor of the eastern province of Entre Rios, and the Asamblea Ambiental de Gualeguaychu.
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The plot revolves around a trial by the Inquisition held in the town of Busti Grandu in February 1562.
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The compiler of one of the popular devotional books of the time, Bernardino de' Busti, remarked that his Thesaurus spiritualis contained `many prayers privileged by various popes with indulgences, which, if I may say so without prejudice to the truth, have been revoked a thousand times, or in the future will be revoked; nevertheless, because of their wonderful contents they should not be neglected, for those who say them devoutly will obtain many favours from God.
Maria non usa busti di balena durante la gravidanza "percho sempre fosse libero il moto del feto" (98).
Bernardino of Busti quoted John that "the griefs which the Virgin avoided in giving birth she sustained in the Passion of Christ.