ETANA


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[13] ETANA, K.M.; JENBERE, T.S.; BOJIA, E.; NEGUSSIE, H.
A new herbal combination, Etana, for enhancing erectile function: an efficacy and safety study in animals.
Etana maintains A+ rating GCR has reaffirmed the domestic ZAR currency claims paying ability rating of Etana Insurance Company Limited ("Etana") at A+ (single A plus).
Etana's young, powerful voice has won over Jamaica.
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O tipo de manejo do solo condiciona incorporacao dos residuos vegetais e a degradacao da materia organica (Etana et al., 1999) e pode afetar a eficiencia das fontes organicas e minerais de nutrientes.
As a result it has often been compared with the Babylonian story of the Flight of Etana on an eagle's back (dating from c.2300 BC), as the story of the Water of Life has been compared with that of Gilgamesh in the Epic of Gilgamesh (c.2150 BC).
But while the site has been allowed to push state limits on freedom, a separate operation that Abdul-Salam runs--a feminist literature distribution group called Etana Press--has not.
(14.) Nigatu W, Jin L, Cohen BJ, Nokes DJ, Etana M, Cutts FT, et al.
Etana A and Haakansson I: Swedish Experiments on the Persistence of Subsoil Compaction Caused by Vehicles with High Axel Load.
We do, of course, possess a list of authors' names from antiquity, but the document is hardly acceptable as such, quoting as it does a jumble of names of divinities, legendary creatures and historical people, such as the names of the god Enki/Ea, Adapa, the god of wisdom, Oannes, as described by Berosus, Enmerkar, the legendary king of Uruk and inventor of writing, and also that of Sin-leqe-unninni, who is described as the author of the epic of Gilgamesh (4) and who is said to have lived at the time of Gilgamesh himself, Lu-Nanna, the author, also presumed, of the legend of Etana (5), who is said, again according to the same source, to have lived in Ur at the time of King Shulgi (2094-2047).
Whether it be the observation and naming of the stars, the flight up to heaven of Etana in Assyro-Babylonian mythology, or the adventures of Pegasus the flying horse, man has always seen himself (and herself, no doubt) as destined to take to the air.