from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as Eden.
- n. Same as adeno-.
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- n. an important port of Yemen; located on the Gulf of Aden; its strategic location has made it a major trading center of southern Arabia since ancient times
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Ma'aden's $5.5 billion endeavor promises to make the kingdom the world's largest exporter of diammonium phosphate, a fertilizer.
Ma'aden's Mr. Dabbagh, standing in front of a big map of the kingdom in his Riyadh office, traces how a new railroad line under construction will bring tons of bauxite, phosphates and magnesite from the mine to the Persian Gulf city of Ras az Zwar.
We have used the downturn to improve our position with a better portfolio with better costs and with future growth like Ma'aden which is substantially going to increase our competitiveness.
The Center for Science in the Public Interest, a Washington advocacy group, recently sued KFC parent Yum Brands Inc. for using trans-fat-l aden cooking oil.
So here comes Ppt aden  with her little watery postscript.
The scientific name is derived from a combination of the Greek aden, "a gland," and anthera, "anther"; alluding to the anthers being tipped with a deciduous gland.
The scientific name is derived from a combination of the Greek aden, "a gland," and anthers, "anther"; alluding to the aCircassianbeananthers being tipped with a deciduous gland The tree is known by a host of common names, including red-bead tree, red sandalwood, and Circassian-bean in English; raktakambal (India); saga (Malaysia); lope (Samoa and Tonga); coralitos, peronias, and jumble-bead (Caribbean).
"I'se been to Soogar Wiver, and I don't know how to det home aden, I'se so vewy tired, and I toodn't cwack the candy, and I want to see dwandma," and Tot's words ended in a wail of inarticulate woe.
In shrill, despotic treble bids me "do it all aden!"
Well, well, we'll have daylight shortly, spite of her teeth; and zoo  must cly Lele and Hele, and Hele aden.
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