SAGUSouthwestern Assemblies of God University (Waxahachie, Texas)
SAGUSaguaro National Park (US National Park Service)
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Sugarcane bagasse (Saccharum officinarum spp.) and corncob (Earlivee sweet corn) were collected from a local market, whereas the pith waste of sago (Metroxylon sagu) was collected from a local sago starch-processing factory.
Khan, and Sagu, near Kohat, is significant as it eventually becomes part of western alignment of CPEC.
The Effect of Elevation Gradient on the Phenological Aspect of Growth and Production of Sago Palm (Metroxylon sagu Rottb.).
sadi ~ ssi DIR/FUT=1SG.SBJ samu ~ smu DIR/FUT=1PL.SBJ sana ~ sna DIR/FUT=2SG.SBJ sama ~ sma DIR/FUT=2PL.SBJ saga ~ ska DIR/FUT=3M.SBJ sagu ~ sku DIR/FUT=3PL.SBJ sagi ~ ski DIR/FUT=3F.SBJ Similar questions are raised from these data as with those of the previous case study.
Reducing ammonia loss from urea and improving soil exchangeable ammonium and available nitrate in non-water logged soils through mixing zeolite and sago (Metroxylon sagu) waste water.
Peter Taylor, partner, PTA Waites; Paul O'Driscoll, Waites; Karl Northam; Manjit Sagu
They are smaller, softer and fluffier, and served with sagu (potato and vegetable curry).
MTR, an anagram for Mavalli Tiffin Rooms, which has its origins in Bengaluru, India, serves glorious South Indian vegetarian food -- delicious vada (savoury snack) and idly sambar, poori sagu, bisibelle bath (lentil rice), chow chow bath, lunch and dinner platters and a variety of dosas, which by far are the restaurant's unique selling point.
'Sago', known as lumbya among Manobos, is starch extracted from the spongy center or pith of sago palm (metroxylon sagu), which is found in tropical lowland forest and freshwater swamps of Agusan Marsh.