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rotten

1. affected with rot; decomposing, decaying, or putrid
2. (of rocks, soils, etc.) soft and crumbling, esp as a result of weathering
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Al-Jamali said he hopes Rotta will further grow and develop in order to spread awareness among the marginalized and make them--one day--an important component of society.
Jedi Anakin Skywalker (Matt Lanter) is dispatched to rescue Rotta with his newprotege Ahsoka Tano and soon discover the abduction is a plot by rogue Jedi Count Dooku (Christopher Lee), who plans to kill Rotta and frame the Jedi, handing a vital advantage to the Separatist Army.
That is when the agency has agreed to act on petitions by Weider Nutrition Group and Rotta Research Laboratory of Monza, Italy, to allow claims that their glucosamine and chondroitin supplements could reduce joint degeneration and cartilage deterioration, and therefore reduce the risk of osteoarthritis (OA) in healthy people and slow progression in those who already have the disease.
Many of the items are designed by Cocchi and Rotta and produced exclusively for the store.
Gonzalez-Rodriguez works for Rotta Research Laboratorium in Monza, Italy, which makes the prescription formulation of a glucosamine agent used widely in Europe.
It is also the fact, as Cornwell grudgingly admits, that Catholic representatives in Hungary, especially Angelo Rotta, the Papal Nuncio, were extremely active on behalf of the Jews.
In the first transaction, Hope Brodsky, sales associate for Newmark, represented Rotta Pharmaceuticals in a five-year, 3,949 SF lease at 1340 Campus Parkway in Wall Twp.
Nuncio Rotta, on his own, did risk his life in hiding Jews.
Etymological roots arise from banqueroute in French and banca rotta in Italian.
But stir-fry vegetables are still hot; Charles Rotta at Western Family says they've gone to second place in vegetable blends there; that's why he's having stir-fry blends with noodles and rice developed as line extensions.
They have already interviewed a number of stakeholders, namely Italo Rotta, the famous Italian architect, Nussli Group's Chief Executive Officer Martin A.