from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A genus of platypodous gastropod mollusks of the family Aporrhaidæ.
  • noun A genus of olive-brown algæ, found in the colder parts of the Atlantic and Pacific oceans.


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  • The Alar Ligaments (ligamenta alaria; odontoid ligaments) (Fig. 307).

    III. Syndesmology. 5c. Articulations of the Vertebral Column with the Cranium

  • As the days lengthened, the first carragín and alaria were harvested for kitchen use and the winter supply dried and stored.

  • A vicious alaria creature appears at the end of the episode to challenge Kanoko. there were three possible explanations to it.

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  • Aside from that, what's up with the supernatural elements going on here; alaria monsters?

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  • So is this supernatural stuff like the alaria monster and the weird monster / aliens in Kanako's bag something that's in the original manga material or is it just SHAFT hitting the drugs again?

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  • In season Amanda will wade daily into these waters for two hours hunting for alaria.

  • While in British Columbia there are some 700 species of seaweed - with 250 in this harvesting area alone - Amanda's main crop consists of alaria and bull kelp.

  • The last (alaria?) had an interesting crunchy texture, but a dull dressing which did nothing to enhance it. stories

  • The highest number of cases was recorded on August 3, when 543 patients were diagnosed with Malaria in Mumbai. nable to handle the increasing flow of patients with symptoms of malarial fever, civic hospitals in Mumbai like the KEM at Parel and the Lokmanya Tilak Municipal Hospital at Sion have erected temporary sheds outside to treat the patients, said Dr Gaurish Ambe, executive health officer of the Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai. alaria is a vector borne disease and is carried by the female species of the Anopheles mosquito.

  • "[m] alaria-causing mosquitoes are changing their feeding habits, getting their meals earlier in the evening before people go to sleep under nets," which could reduce nets 'effectiveness in preventing malaria, according to the newspaper (Gathurap, 10/28).globalhealth. with kind permission from the Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation.

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