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In a flutelike voice, he sang of the sacred writings, or Vedas, composed well before the first millennium bc, and of the catalogue of magical yajnas, sacrificial formulas, mantras, and rituals that the Vedic religion embodied, and of the many schools, sects, and religions that had developed through the centuries: Sankhya, Yoga, Vedanta, vaishnavas, Shaivas, Shak-tas, all of which were preached and practised under the separate canopies of Buddhism, Jainism, and Sikhism, which in turn took their impetus from the original Vedic, changing and refining the basic precepts into a multiplicity of separate doctrines : Karma, avatar, samsara, dharma, trimurti, bhakti, maya.
If the committee please, the hempseed, or the seed of the cannabis sativa l.
Admiral of the Starry Heavens Sativa Orange, Chief of Naval Operations for We're Here!
Admiral of the Starry Heavens Sativa Orange shrieked when he saw the change in the track he was following in the radar globe.
North Africa were so resistant to snake bites and scorpion stings that their saliva was considered a highly effective antivenin, and they were drafted for every campaign the Romans ever conducted on the African continent.
Teeth, 100 Bones, 130 Cartilage, 550 Muscles, 750 Ligaments, 768 Brain, 789 Blood, 795 Synovial fluid, 805 Bile, 880 Milk, 887 Pancreatic juice, 900 Urine, 936 Lymph, 960 Gastric juice, 975 Perspiration, 986 Saliva, 995 THE NATURAL DRINK OF MAN.
Bubbles of Persil saliva were frothing from his lips and his eyes were rolling in his head, unable to focus on anything other than a middle distance he could never have reached.
Seized in ecstatic trance, he wet his fingers with a freshened mix of blood and saliva, then reanointed the copper weight.
Numbers of gametocytes in the blood of carriers, which determines the number of sporozoites in the mosquito saliva to reinfect people.
He spit smoking saliva on the pavement, returned my look slantwise and said nothing.