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balsam fir

Herbal medicine
An evergreen, the root and needles of which once had currency as aromatic adjuncts in the sweat lodges of Native American, for whom it was used to treat asthma, colds, cough and as a laxative.
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Tratandose de la contratacion estatal, el cual es sin duda uno de los sectores que mas se percibe por la comunidad como escenario de practicas corruptas, la primera Ley Sapin de 1993 ya incluia mecanismos de prevencion de la corrupcion en la esfera economica y en los procedimientos publicos.
What was out of reach has been achieved," said Sapin, adding that the 2017 targets would be met if the next government didn't tear up his budget plans.
Sapin, part of Al Suhaimi Holding Co, views the metal packaging market as fairly stable though 2015 did throw up some challenges.
If voters reject international bailout terms in Sunday's vote, then "we are entering in an unknown zone, an economic slide," Sapin warned.
We have to wait until the end of the debate, but it is around this proposal that a consensus is being built," said Mr Sapin.
We can't have the same targets with an inflation that is becoming very low," Michel Sapin told In response to a question on whether the 2015 savings target would be maintained.
Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius, Defence Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian and Finance Minister Michel Sapin kept their posts.
While the deal has yet to be finalized, the Wall Street Journal reports that French Finance Minister Michel Sapin is pushing for a quick resolution.
Confiaron la economia a Arnaud Montebourg--quien tambien conserva el Ministerio de Reconstruccion Productiva--y las finanzas a Michel Sapin, que era ministro del Trabajo y fracaso en su lucha contra el desempleo.
Former finance minister Pierre Moscovici has left the government and the brief has been split between two Socialists: Michel Sapin will take charge of finance and Arnaud Montebourg will be in charge of industry and economy.
Until an EU-wide compromise has been reached, French Labour Minister Michel Sapin supports a national plan to fight illegal work and abusive worker posting.
Speaking fluent French she challenged Michel Sapin, minister for Labour, Employment and Social affairs during their European Affairs Committee meeting.