Guni


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Guni

(gyo͞o`nī), in the Bible. 1 Son of Naphtali. 2 Descendant of Gad.
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While indigenous herbal medicine remains their core objective, sustainable complementary medicine plays a vital role in the future of Guni medicine.
But we have had Icelanders playing in Scotland, Guni Torfasson and Johannes Edvaldsson.
The fruit of his encounter, Yuki Guni, appeared in instalments between 1935 and 1937, and was an immediate success.
Tenders are invited for Various development works for Ghat ki Guni tunnel project, (Part-IV) various road development works of Delhi road TPN/Automobile nagar in Zone-10 JDA Jaipur.
The new line has increased Atex's production from 12,000 tons to 25,000 tons a year, according to Guni Schiller, area manager at Atex.
Otwa pumbwa puholoke aakiintu mboka ye shi uutbemba wawo wopalbulo: aakiintu mboka ya itaala muyoyene naamboka ye na uuthemba okubogolola kutya oya bala okulala nalye nopamukalo guni.
Thanks to improvements in technology, polymer science and the evolution of final products, there is a strong demand for more and more multifunctional products, which offer not only mechanical performance but also advanced multifunctional abilities such as higher absorption, better liquid retention, abrasiveness, softness and biocidal benefits," explained Guni Schiller, spokeswoman for Atex.