elixir of life

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a hypothetical substance believed to maintain life indefinitely

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Similarly, under the 'Water Management' category, the awards were received by Gheras International School for the 'GIS Water Conservation Programme' project, Rajagiri Public School for the 'Elixir of Life, The Future is Safe' project, and DPS-Modern Indian School for the 'DPS MIS Water Management' project.
The top judge said that water is the elixir of life and there exists no water management in the country.
The incessant search of mankind for panacea and the elixir of life is just one of the things that drive this industry to produce the best and most innovative health-care products, equipment and systems.
Nicolas Flamel (Brontis Jodorowsky) wasn't actually seen in "Harry Potter," but he was certainly mentioned enough in "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone." The wizard created the stone, which produced the Elixir of Life. Flamel has supposedly managed to achieve immortality.
Yi stole the elixir of life to save the people from his tyrannical rule, but his wife, Chang-E drank it.
What a shock for the wife if hubby took a nocturnal dose of this elixir of life and woke up with the face of a 20-year-old but the same body and all its malfunctions.
We salute the efforts of two friends from Tregarth who are reviving the tradition of producing mead, the elixir of life, love and festivity.
Yet the installation also articulated an elixir of life, above all in the paintings in the show, for which the artist used her hands to apply a blend of acrylic and a "lacteal green distillate" known as "anemine" to thin, large-format aluminum panels.
The elixir of life, it would appear, has ever been the elusive goal of researchers for as long as one can scan history.
Whatever Langer is using to give him the elixir of life we should all want some.
The antiquities ministry said the liquid is neither "juice for mummies that contains an elixir of life", nor is it "red mercury".
Matus, Zachary A., Franciscans and the Elixir of Life: Religion and Science in the Later Middle Ages (The Middle Ages Series), Philadelphia, University of Pennsylvania Press, 2017; hardback; pp.
From cancer-fighting powers to weight loss wonders, green tea has been deemed the elixir of life. However, the research doesn't back up many of these claims.
Specialty tea is the magic elixir of life, but we have not yet taken it to the elite status of premium wine, craft beer or coffee.