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corkwood

Herbal medicine
An Australian tree which is an important commercial source of scopolamine and atropine.
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To accomplish this objective, two different software packages were utilized: the description, synthesis and simulation of asynchronous systems tool known as Balsa (Bardsley, 2000) and the platform of implementation and development of digital circuits in FPGA Xilinx ISE 9.2i.
ATL's ever-expanding range of products now covers a wide range of epoxies and adhesives, and composite panels using balsa or foam core materials.
Constituyen el microsigmetum supra y oromediterraneo de las balsas gadorenses, cuyo estudio abordamos en este trabajo.
Balsa and McGuire (2003) also considered the effects of two types of clinical uncertainty.
As the most potentially dangerous and hands-on phase of the exercise, the detention of the Balsa was an exhausting experience for everyone involved--particularly the container ship's crew.
Balsa (Ochroma lagopus) grows in the West Indies, Central America and tropical South America.
The Balsa tree (Ochroma pyramidale) is considered a pioneer species and reaches heights of 30 m.
Yugoslavia puts the cost of cleaning up the river Danube and rebuilding bridges NATO destroyed during the Kosovo war at Euro 200 million, according to the Yugoslavia's Ambassador in Budapest, Balsa Spadijer.
I call my balsa choir and there ride my desire to be enthralled, fall.