MOLLE


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MOLLEModular Lightweight Load-carrying Equipment
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Asi mismo, la Bibi y la vecina se sientan a disfrutar del espectaculo al que estan acostumbradas, el de Angelito y la Molle. (6)
* Currently issued and commercially available MOLLE hydration
Como medicinal sus hojas y sus frutos son utilizados como diureticos y estomacales; en forma de extractos alcoholicos, decoccion e infusion para el tratamiento de la tos, bronquitis, artritis, enfermedades del sistema digestivo, tales como diureticos, tranquilizantes, hemostatico y tonico; con los mismos se prepara "arrope" y por fermentacion una bebida alcoholica "aloja de molle" (Gimenez y Moglia, 1995; Ale et al, 1997; Munoz, 2000; Shimizu et al, 2006; Juarez de Varela y Novara, 2007; Piaggio y Delfino, 2009).
General Motors Corporation (NYSE: GM), a United States-based automaker, has recognised Molle Chevrolet with Dealer of the Year for performance in 2011.
Ludwik Leibler, Laboratoire Matiere Molle et Chimie ESPCI, Paris, France.
Combat soldiers are also issued modular lightweight load-carrying equipment, known as MOLLE gear.
Finally, whether the Schinus molle berries found in a trash pit close to the Peruvian "brewery" uniquely yield large amounts of oxalic acid and were used in brewing a beverage remains to be proved.
Our fishermen must not be made to carry the can", says Jean-Pierre Molle, head of the fishermen's union in Palavas-les-Flots (Herault), one of the leaders of the rebels demanding that European decision-makers pay more attention to water pollution which they identify as the real threat.
The director of the Dalle Molle Institute for Perceptual Artificial Intelligence (IDIAP) said he was 95 per cent sure the voice heard on the tape is not the elusive terror leader.
Recently, I spoke about such challenges with Patrick Molle, president of the French business school Ecole de Management de Lyon.