Kuroshio current

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a warm ocean current that flows northeastwardly off the coast of Japan into the northern Pacific ocean

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Rapongan follows the Black Current of the ocean to move beyond his isolated island.
GLA (gamma-linolenic acid) is a fatty acid found in borage and black current seed oils.
Alongside fish oils that contain omega 3 fatty acids and vitamins A and D, the company offers a wide variety of expeller-pressed and solvent-extracted natural vegetable oils that contain omega 3s, including flaxseed oil, perilla oil, chia seed oil and hemp seed oil, as well as gamma-linolenic acid (GLA)-containing oils from borage, evening primrose and black current seed oil.
barley, corn, wheat, rye and oats in cereals or breads; chick peas, peas, and peanuts as cooked vegetables or snacks; watercress, sprouted seeds, legumes, and grains with salad greens and in sandwiches; wild cabbage in salads and vegetables; European black current for snacks and as juice; and passion flower tea.
These wines are lighter and less complex than Cote-Rotie or Hermitage, but are enjoyable, lively wines with pepper and black current flavors.
Intended for men and women alike, The Scent of Peace (arguably the most beautifully civic-minded fragrance ever devised) starts off with sparkling, energizing grapefruit and black current notes, that soon are balanced by the sheer loveliness of lily of the valley, and by those mellowing base notes, cedarwood and musk.
Two main courses of salmon and whitebait roe served atop a cheese biscuit and deer with black current sauce leave little room for dessert.
An overview of phytomedicines and their currently understood active principles is presented for the internal anti-rheumatics including devil's claw, stinging nettle, willow bark, black current leaf and seed, evening primrose seed, borage seed goldenrod herb + aspen bark.
Its "California Pinot Noir for the Masses" style should attract attention; a winemaker's kitchen sink of components: black cherry, raspberry, black current, earth, spices and oak; bright acidity and medium weight tannins give the wine its needed structure; a good value.