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tam·a·rind

(tam'ă-rind),
The pulp of the fruit of Tamarindus indica (family Leguminosae), a large tree of India; mildly laxative.
[Mediev. L. fr. Ar. tamr]

tamarind,

n Latin name:
Tamarin-dus indica; parts used: fruits, pulp, leaves, flowers, bark; uses: in Ayur-veda, pacifies vata dosha; increases kapha and pitta doshas (sour, heavy, dry), immunomodulator, antioxidant, antiinflammatory, hypolipidemic, hypoglycemic, antibacterial, antifungal, mollusicide, antiviral, enhances bioavailability, carminative, laxative, digestive, constipation, fever, flatulence, appetite stimulant, nausea, conjunctiva inflammations; precautions: none known. Also called
amlika, imli, or
tintiri.
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Com relacao as caracteristicas estomaticas, segundo a literatura, a folha de tamarindo apresenta estomatos do tipo anomocitico e/ou paracitico em ambas as faces do limbo foliar, porem em maior densidade na face abaxial (TRIPATHI & MONDAL, 2012), o que pode ser observado no presente trabalho.
For Tamarindo Puree: To make enough puree to prepare four Margaritas, begin with 11/2 pounds of fresh tamarindos.
Os teores de fenolicos totais das polpas congeladas de frutas determinadas neste estudo foram superiores aos relatados por alguns autores, como Goncalves (2008), que quantificou 8,1 e 7,1 mg/100 g de fenolicos totais para polpas congeladas de bacuri e tamarindo, respectivamente, fornecidos por produtores da regiao Amazonica, e Kuskoski et al.
If you want the creature comforts, check out one of the many all-inclusive resorts, such as Barcelo Langosta Beach in the town of Tamarindo.
It's also helped that more well-heeled buyers might gravitate to units a block from the ocean at the new 24-unit La Perla Tamarindo, a condo complex that has two pools, a gym and underground parking, he said.
Por lo anterior, la presente investigacion planteo evaluar la calidad fisicoquimica de las aguas residuales en las inmediaciones del regadio de Tamarindo y su condicion al ingresar al PNPV en los momentos en que se estimo recibian las mayores cargas de contaminacion de los arrozales circundantes.
La bebida --muy gustada por las muchachas en discotecas y bares de Monterrey, Guadalajara, Mexico, Puebla y Cancun-- se vende en sabores mango, tamarindo, limon y jamaica.
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Yes My Lord represents last year's winning stable, which also sent out the 2002 winner Iris Bleu and Tamarindo in 1998.
He stays with his friend Alex in Tamarindo who happens to have a bowl built for skating in the backyard.
For appetizers we started with Oaxacan quesadillas (fresh corn masa filled with manchego cheese and adobo chicken served with salsa poblana and marinated cabbage); shrimp in tamarindo, cooked in creme de cacao, served on grilled cactus; and succulent steamed Manila dams steamed in white wine, lemon garlic and herbs.