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lupin

(US), lupine
any leguminous plant of the genus Lupinus, of North America, Europe, and Africa, with large spikes of brightly coloured flowers and flattened pods

lupin

leguminous plant; arouses passion. [Plant Folklore: Boland, 9]

lupin

traditional symbol of voracity. [Plant Symbolism: Flora Symbolica, 175]
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Lupin says its ongoing investment in technological capabilities will position the company to ensure customer satisfaction for years to come.
While analyst Prakash Agarwal of Axis Capital estimates Lupin to reach `22,700 crore in revenues by 2018/19, Paresh Dave of Ambit believes Lupin can clock `27,872 crore by then.
Evaluate Lupin Limited's strategic position with total access to detailed information on its product pipeline
Among the major reasons that preclude a greater inclusion of lupin in human or animal diets are the production of flatulence, which results from the content of R-galactoside oligosaccharides, and the presence of phytic acid.
Bees and butterflies love lupins, so they are good for the wildlifefriendly garden and if you cut down spent flower spikes after flowering, they will often give an encore, albeit of smaller flowers.
To protect the allergic consumer, it is necessary to develop detection techniques that can identify lupin in foods.
0 crore1 Non-Convertible Debenture (NCD) programme of Lupin Limited (Lupin)2.
Beginning by floating downriver on a leaf, she later finds herself riding ocean waves, thinking about how Lupin would love this new experience.
Although Lupin owes a debt to these medieval sources, Rowling's other major werewolf, Fenrir Greyback, recalls later sources, notably Charles Perrault's "Little Red Riding Hood.
Karl Roberts, Vice President Generics, Lupin (Europe) Ltd, commented: "Our reasons for choosing Movianto for our UK market entry were twofold: Lupin required a logistics partner with access to and an innate understanding of the UK's complex healthcare supply chain; we also required a guarantee of next day delivery with full accountability and real time access to stock levels and product location and movements to meet our projected expansion plans.
Kyowa did not reveal how much Lupin will pay for the purchase of the stake.
A draft directive amending Directive 2000/13/EC proposes to add molluscs (and products thereof) and lupin (and products thereof) to the list of ingredients that must under all circumstances be declared on food product labels when present.