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an essential oil from flowers, esp the damask rose, used pure or as a base for perfume
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Njolstad, [7,8] Reinhard Seifert, [2] Elin Strand, [1] Therese Karlsson, [1] Ottar Nygard [1,2,7]
Minister's wife Ruth Carruthers saved the day just two hours before Marianne and Ottar tied the knot.
1998; Quester y Lin Lim, 2003; Varki y Wong, 2003; Ottar, 2007; Kinard y Capella, 2006; Gonzalez et al.
Alv Ottar Folkestad, a spry 70-yearold Norwegian who monitors more than 200 white-tailed eagle territories along this fragmented coastline, assists Evans.
Next, we travel to Vietnam to look at the marketing barriers and export performance in the Vietnamese seafood industry by Ho Huy Tuu and Svein Ottar Olsen.
You can find studies that have shown an effect locally, and where researchers try to say something more globally, but in this case, when you have so many mountains in so many regions and can show an effect, that's a big thing,' said one of the study's authors, Ottar Michelsen of the Norwegian University of Science and Technology.
Letters: ABEILNOPRST PESTO ASSES PORES RAISE TAROT TELIA NETTS NOBLE ONSET SABOT STEPS BASIL estop stope topes spore ottar seton serai
Correspondence: Dr Ottar Vasseljen, Department of Public Health and General Practice, Faculty of Medicine, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway.
The 9th Hole Nearest the Pin prize presented by David White of Witwood Food Products to Ottar Yngvisson of Isvorur (UK)
Here was the port described by the intrepid traveller Ottar in the 890s AD, which grew into an urban settlement only equalled in importance by Birka in Sweden, Ribe in Denmark and Hedeby (Haithabu) now in northern Germany.
Debut hooker Ottar Suggett gave a man-of-the-match performance for Bs, taking a number of strikes against the head, with props Jay Panchal and Ceiron Ollerenshaw offering strong support and effective in the loose.