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The residents wailed that in 21st centaury they are deprived of basic facilities of life while have demanded of high authorities to ensure cleanliness in the colony and take steps to provide basic facilities of life.
The exhibition displays Omani unique modern jewels, handicrafts that go back to the fiftieth of the last centaury.
The meeting decided to hold an inquiry in a case of fraud committed by the owner of M/s Centaury Consulting Services, Lahore, referred to NAB by the Supreme Court of Pakistan.
In early 1900 a survey for number of slaves was conducted in northern Sudan, in Dongola province alone, slaves were estimated at 15,468, among them 9,908 were women and 5,560 were men, while Sitt Amna in Blue Nile, the wife of Khojali al-Hasan was only stopped by the British in late twenties of twenties centaury [1].
The dunes are home to over 450 plant species including 33 that are locally or regionally rare like petalwort, seaside centaury, yellow bartsia, round-leaved wintergreen, dune helleborine and pendulous flowered helleborine.
Another important site to visit is the Roman mausoleum which was built in the third centaury A.
While Nepali Army is seeped in the formative ethos, colors, and ceremonies of the early 18th centaury Hindu state, the Maoist army is its militantly secular antithesis.
Hydroxyl radical and hypochlorous acid scavenging activity of small centaury (Centaurium erythraea) infusion.
The "second wave" started in the 18th Centaury when Mechanization and mass production emerged as the driving economic principle, putting agriculture to the secondary level.
Peppermint, dandelion root, liquorice root and chamomile combine with milk thistle and the age-old remedy centaury herb to detoxify the body.
Plants like yellow wort, common centaury, St John's wort and bird's-foot trefoil all thrive in these conditions, for which the nearest natural equivalents would be chalk grasslands or sand dunes as they are also low in nutrients, alkaline and free-draining.
NEW YORK, May 9 /PRNewswire/ -- DJT Fine Art, the Chelsea gallery known for its highly regarded collection of original works by 20th Centaury American and European masters, is pleased to announce the establishment of its fine art prints division, DJT Prints.
Among the most commonly utilized botanicals for that particular function were saffron, sweet rush, calamus, gentian, quinine, centaury, rosemary, caraway, hyssop, sage, absinthe, aniseed, mint and rhubarb.
Listed species addressed in the recovery plan include an endangered plant, the Amargosa niterwort (Nitrophila mohavensis); six threatened plants, the spring-loving centaury (Centaurium namophilum), Ash Meadows ivesia (Ivesia eremica), Ash Meadows blazing star (Mentzelia leucophylla), Ash Meadows milkvetch (Astragalus phoenix), Ash Meadows sunray (Enceliopsis nudicaulis var.