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Benne plant, an herb, Sesamum indicum (family Pedaliaceae), the seeds of which are used as a food and as the source of sesame oil.
[G. sēsamē, sesame, an Eastern leguminous plant]
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A new feature also lets users open Sesame with a custom knock on the phone or door, without pulling out their phones.
Sixteen South's founder and Sesame Tree's executive producer Colin Williams said: "Bringing this second series to life has been a lot of fun.
It was largely grown in Hadramout in the past, but nowadays it is not a lucrative business - a 45-kilo sack of sesame seeds is only worth YR 10,000- and its cultivation has largely fallen into decline.
Sesame oil has recently been shown to directly inhibit atherosclerosis lesion formation, while beneficially altering the lipid profile.
For the year ending 31 May 2006, Sesame reported revenue of A[pounds sterling]370m
What was just fabulous about working with Sesame Workshop was we never had the opportunity to relate our resources to a folk hero of children, and that is Elmo.
It would feature children from Catholic and Protestant communities playing together, with the essential Sesame ingredients of muppets, live action inserts and educational material.
Variety Club Camp and Sesame Day Camp are both accredited by the American Camping Association and are only a few miles apart.
Sesame Street Preschools are child-centered, pre-primary education centres that were set up by Sesame Workshop in India in the year 2012.
Sesame oil production has long been a feature of Arab history, especially in the Yemeni governorate of Shabwa.
Ingredients: 1 small duck breast fillet, well trimmed, 1tbsp olive oil, 2tbsp clear honey, 1tbsp sesame seeds, 100g baby spinach leaves Dressing: 1tbsp olive oil, 1tsp sesame oil, 1tbsp toasted sesame seeds, 1tsp dark soy sauce juice of half lime,1tsp clear honey, 1tbsp chopped fresh flat-leaf parsley