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algin

[′al·jən]
(materials)
A hydrophilic polysaccharide extracted from brown algae, such as giant kelp.
(organic chemistry)
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La primera formulaciin es una constataciin remitida a algin tipo de experiencia, por ende, es relativa a una condiciin antropoligica o antropocentrica--nuestra experiencia del mundo, de la existencia humana, de la historia, etcetera, es, entonces, relativa (y funda posibles relativismos)--.
That said, consumers are price-sensitive, and not everyone wants to pay all the time for the organic title," Algin says.
Gribi, Algin based dental impression material containing biocidal component, U.
13] Algin ve arkadaslari [10] yaptiklari calismada 996 hastanin 546 (%55)'sina peroperatif kolanjiyografi uygulamis, postoperatif donemde de %37-63 hastada sirtta ve trokar giris yerlerinde agn gorulmustur.
Letters: ABDEGILMNOPRSTUV Words: SLABS ETUDE BRUTS DURUM URBAN MUNGO ALIGN VOGIE SPIEL PEEVE STEPS MOVED Letters: ACDEGIKLMNOPRSTY [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Words: MOPEY GLEDE REDYE TIGER STREP KNITS POCKS DRANK COMER LAREE EMYDE ALGIN
Uttam Nagar resident Algin Verghese studied in Class VIII of the Adarsh Public School.
All in all, it is a positively voyeuristic peek at what goes into the production of spaghetti consomme, "Venus rice jelly," goat's-milk yogurt nodules, apple "caviar," algin solution, and, of course, "airs"--the light foams with which Adria started a worldwide trend.
Adam Disick, another Triumph principal, says the Sessanta's developer, Algin Management, decided to put in the tennis court partially because the parcel the complex was built on "had a large swath of outdoor space" that needed to be part of the development under zoning regulations in order for the towers to be built high.
Other treatments with historical or theoretical uses that may address toxic exposure to heavy metals include adrenal extract, algin, arrowroot (Maranta arundinacea), blue flag (Iris versicolor), calamus (Acorus calamus), colloidal silver, copper, Essiac, ground ivy (Glechoma hederacea), liver extract, hydrotherapy, kudzu (Pueraria lobata), marshmallow (Althaea officinalis), melatonin, organic food, ozone therapy, reflexology, SAMe, spirulina, urine therapy, and vitamin C.
Algin (a seaweed extract), Gluco (a type of calcium) and Xantana (fermented corn starch) are used to help turn liquids into spheres.