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concoction

(kŏn-kŏk′shŭn) [L. con, with, + coquere, to cook]
A mixture of two medicinal substances, usually done with the aid of heat.
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Mathias Chukwuka, aged 52 years, native of Nkitaku village, Agulu in Anaocha Local Government Area of Anambra and his two female children aged 11 and 16 years were said to have lost their lives after taking concoction extracted from roots and back of trees.
Les herboristes se substituent aux medecins et aux pharmaciens en procedant a des diagnostics et a la concoction de traitements, selon le president du Conseil de l'Ordre des medecins.
The gamey spiced lamb leg rendang was balanced with the refreshing piquant crunch of the winged bean (kacang botol), pineapple and jackfruit salad while the singgang, a rich spicy concoction of deboned fish, adds a creamy soft texture to the platter.
After the midnight rituals at the cemetery, the fetish priest led the land guards to the shrine at the Numo Osabu Abbey's house, where each person was stripped naked and forced to bath with the concoctions they had brought from the cemetery.
According to the police, members of the unit for combatting offences against copyright and illegal betting, in cooperation with the state health and pharmaceuticals services, found on Friday night during a search in the man's apartment, warehouse and other establishments, 4,696 pills and 267 concoctions of unknown substances.
'This was extremely relevant and also needed as these chemicals are being increasingly consumed by our youth in particular and people in general in form of betel nut and its concoction,' said the seasoned professionals.
He was hospitalised, along with five of his pals, after taking the deadly chemical concoction N Bomb.
"Sex tonics, slimming creams and anonymous concoctions were also seized, in addition to some banned products which contained prohibited chemical substances or chemical concentrations higher than the permissible levels."
SUPREME SANDWICHES: Sandwich supremo Liz Walker had just won a pounds 1,600 prize for her delicious bread and butter concoctions in April 1982 after a spur of the moment decision to enter the Sandwich of the Year competition.
Summary: Kempinski Hotel Mall of the Emirates supreme dining destination Sezzam presents sumptuous spicy new concoctions from the kitchen of its new Indian chef, Aman Manoj Kumar.
For instance, these two books from Lark Publishing: The Leaping, Sliding, Sprinting, Riding Science Book and Coo/Chemistry Concoctions. Both show that science is really just another word for doing cool stuff.
While Patterson has filleted his share of one-of-a-kind riffs in the past, there's something about the Settle Down City concoctions that leaves you nearly breathless in anticipation for more.