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  • noun Plural form of omega.

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Examples

  • Sunday Riley: Juno Acai, blueberry, broccoli, carrot, grape and pomegranate make Sunday Riley's dry oil, Juno, a veritable salad of vitamins, amino acids and omegas.

    Oil Is the New Face Cream

  • Rich in omegas 3, 6, 7 and 9, it's billed as being 100-percent natural and 100-percent active.

    Oil Is the New Face Cream

  • Our diets are filled with fresh fruits and vegetables, lean meats and seafood, and healthy omegas and oils.

    CSS: Shaping the New You

  • Grill slices of sourdough until lightly toasted, drizzle with hemp oil (rich in omegas 6 & 3) and sprinkle with a modest dusting of best dark chocolate shards (rich in magnesium and iron) and Cornish sea salt.

    POMEGRANATE AND NINE-BEAN CHOCOLATE

  • Our diets are filled with fresh fruits and vegetables, lean meats and seafood, and healthy omegas and oils.

    CSS: Shaping the New You

  • Açai fruit has more antioxidants than wild blueberries, pomegranates, or red wine; it also contains essential omegas healthy fats, amino acids, calcium, and fiber.

    Forever Young

  • Grill slices of sourdough until lightly toasted, drizzle with hemp oil (rich in omegas 6 & 3) and sprinkle with a modest dusting of best dark chocolate shards (rich in magnesium and iron) and Cornish sea salt.

    POMEGRANATE AND NINE-BEAN CHOCOLATE

  • With you alphas and omegas without beginning without end, and without for now the rising wave.

    Book of Genesis

  • As for mayonnaises that boast that they're excellent sources of those heart-healthy omega fats, Moore notes, "You don't want to look to mayonnaise as a prime source of omegas."

    A more healtful mayonnaise? Maybe

  • With you alphas and omegas without beginning without end, and without for now the rising wave.

    Genesis

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