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akasha

(ă-ka′shă) [Sanskrit ākāśa, ether]
In Ayurvedic medicine, a stimulant of the ear.

akasha (äˑ·kä·shä),

n in Ayurveda, space, which is one of the mahabhutas. See also mahabhutas.
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AKASHA (ACI), based in Ann Arbor, designs, manufactures, and imports decorative glass and stone products for leading retail chains and is a leader in high quality home decor accents used in floral display, candlescaping, aquarium and craft.
CLEVELAND -- From the all-natural ingredients used in the food to the hemp fabric furniture and organic cotton uniforms worn by the staff, every detail of AKASHA was developed with sustainability principles in mind.
They were recently introduced to the centre's three female tamarins Nala, Santo and Akasha.
Jundal again gave Hindi coaching to Akasha and Fahadulla for three days in Karachi
Menzies, a former security guard, told the High Court in Edinburgh how Akasha offered him a deal.
San $ 5,000 Adam Prince < < San Fe- $ 4,000 Jeffrey Marcellus < < Fontana $ 2,500 Fortunato Adalim < < Elk Gr- $ 2,000 Akasha Svendsen < < Santa $ 2,000 Elaine Kassell < < Huntin- $ 1,750 Yolanda Najera < < Pico $ 1,750 Jose Salegio < < Winnet- $ 1,750 Ana Tolentino < < San Di- $ 1,750 < < < < TOTAL $ 222,500
Over a hundred restaurants in the guide fit this bill by using local, organic and sustainable ingredients, including Akasha, The Lobster and Wilshire.
And he told police he had snapped when Thomas McKendrick insulted the film's main character, Akasha.
Nutrition: Akasha Richmond - Richmond is the chef and owner of catering and event company Akasha's Visionary Cuisine, co-founding chef of natural and healthy takeout company Eaturna and celebrity chef to Silk[R] Soymilk.
The 20 person valet team will be located at three stations; in front of Fraiche Restaurant at 9411 Culver Blvd, Rush Street (opening in early July) at 9546 Washington Blvd and at Akasha Restaurant at 3844 Watseka.
Menzies, 21, was obsessed with the movie Queen of the Damned and its vampire female character, Akasha, played by late rapper Aaliyah.
Eaturna's menu is the result of more than two decades of nutritional research and food development experience by the company's co-founding chefs Beth Ginsberg and Akasha Richmond.