body note

body note,

n aromatic components of essential perfumes and oils, such as lavender and geranium, that provide body to a blend of specific natural sources of fragrance. See middle note.
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The top note is the first odour to strike the nose, lasting only a short time, while the body note is the characteristic smell, which lasts 15 minutes to an hour.
Obstetric fistula still exists because healthcare systems, especially in developing countries, fail to provide accessible, quality maternal healthcare, including skilled care at birth, basic and comprehensive emergency obstetric care, and affordable treatment of obstetric fistula," the world body notes.
In its report Economic Insight: Africa Q3 2016, the accountancy and finance body notes that whilst some countries have excellent financial soundness access to credit remains a challenge for many Africans.
A report by Britain's equality body notes a "worrying combination" of post-Brexit hate crimes and long-term, systemic race inequality.
The body notes that this is a "significant drop" compared to the $1 billion in profit airlines in the region managed last year.
Regarding the Panel's analysis of the adverse effects the subsidies had on the EU's interest, the Appellate Body notes that the Panel looked to the three different markets of large aircrafts, which include the 100-200 seat, 200-300 seat, and 300-400 seat markets.
The idea is to mute the acidity and emphasize sweetness and body notes.
When the body notes the "full" sensation, urination (voiding) takes place as urine passes through the urethra to the outside of the body.
Neighbouring Ras Al Khaimah has been a popular destination for the Russian market in recent years and the tourism body notes that while other emirates had faced challenges during the end of last year, the same couldn't be said for its own industry.