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SUPPORT
FIELD
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ALAR
HALA
D-ALA
LINOLEIC
PARK CITY
MUSCLE SHOALS
COLUMELLA
ALPHA LIPOIC
LATERAL PORTIONS
EASTERN SERBIA
SACRAL ALA
ALA NASI
WA ALA ALI IBRAHIM
ALA SINGH
TROOPS
WINGS
DAY
SATURDAY
ENZYMES
NEWLY
DRAGON
SET
STORY
WINNER
TRACK
ADMINISTRATION
AUTHOR
TOP FIVE
FAME
CAREER
PEOPLE
NATIVE
STUDY
COORDINATES
APRIL
MONDAY
PLYMOUTH
RECORDING STUDIO
HARVICK
JAMIE MCMURRAY
HUMANS
RATS
CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE
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Definitions

  1. ALA is a precursor to EPA, a fatty acid from fish oil that is believed to protect against heart disease.
  2. ALA is an effective anti-oxidant that has been shown to relieve pain associated with neuropathy in multiple studies.
  3. ALA is the second nutrient proven effective for treating diabetic neuropathy.
  4. ALA is also known for its ability to enhance glucose uptake and may help prevent the cellular damage accompanying the complications of diabetes.
  5. The Sacral Ala are the "wings" of the sacrum.

Support

  1. NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center, Huntsville, Ala., sustained minor damage and is providing support to Stennis and Michoud.

Field

  1. Olympian Margaret Hoelzer (Huntsville, Ala.) took the women's 200m back, topping the rest of the field by more than four seconds.

College

  1. After college, he played two seasons of minor league professional football in Gadsden, Ala., for the Alabama Raiders.

Alar

  1. The blood supply of the nose is provided by the alar and septal branches of the facial artery to the ala and lower septum, respectively.

Hala

  1. An ala or hala (plural: ale)[1] is a mythological creature recorded in the folklore of Bulgarians, Macedonians, and Serbs.

D-Ala

  1. The D-enantiomers of Ala, Asx and Glx were detected in all samples approaching 34.0 % D-Ala, 13.8 % D-Asx, and 16.1 % D-Glx in different samples.

Linoleic

  1. These two, linoleic acid (LA) and alpha-linolenic acid (ALA), are widely distributed in plant oils.

Park City

  1. Jean Prahm (Park City, Utah) and Vonetta Flowers (Birmingham, Ala.) seek to deliver the USA's second consecutive women's gold.

Muscle Shoals

  1. His father, David Hood, is a longtime session bassist in Muscle Shoals, Ala.

Columella

  1. The nose is divided into 9 subunits: dorsum, 2 nasal side walls, tip, 2 ala, 2 soft tissue triangles, and the columella.

Alpha Lipoic

  1. Alpha Lipoic Acid (ALA) (or thioctic acid) is sulfur containing saturated fatty acid found in small amounts in food.

Lateral Portions

  1. There are several sesamoid cartilages in the lateral portions of the ala and in the base of the columella.

Eastern Serbia

  1. According to a description from eastern Serbia, the ala is a very large creature with a snake’s body and a horse’s head.

Sacral Ala

  1. SACRAL ALA - Lateral portions of the sacral bone.

Ala Nasi

  1. Anteriorly, it is fused with other cartilages forming the ala nasi and the dorsum of the nasi.

Wa Ala Ali Ibrahim

  1. Allahumma salli al Muhammad, wa ala li Muhammad, kama salayta ala Ibrahim, wa ala ali Ibrahim.

Ala Singh

  1. The Jats (with the exception of Ala Singh, the first Maharaja of Patiala), did not support the Marathas.

Troops

  1. In 1217, Kurds of Zagros defeated the troops of Ala ad-Din Muhammad II, the Khwarazmid King, who were sent from Hamadan[11].

Wings

  1. The ischium bears the weight when sitting, and is attached to the pubis in front and to the ala, or wings, of the ilium laterally and to the back.

Day

  1. Two influential jazz bandleaders were born this day, Lucky Millinder in 1900 in Anniston, Ala., and Benny Carter in New York City in 1907.
  2. Trombonist Urbie Green was born this day in 1926 in Mobile, Ala.

Saturday

  1. The band will leave Saturday for concert dates in Huntsville, Ala., and at the New Orleans Jazz Festival.

Enzymes

  1. With the exception of the reaction catalyzed by ALA synthase, defects in each of the other enzymes of heme synthesis have been identified.

Newly

  1. Former astronaut Owen Garriott has been named interim director of the newly created National Space Science & Technology Center in Huntsville, Ala.

Dragon

  1. When an ala threatens by bringing hail clouds, a dragon comes out to fight with her and drive her away.

Set

  1. King Aquatic swimmer Margaret Hoelzer, of Huntsville, Ala., set a world record in the 200m backstroke at the Olympic Trials in Omaha this evening.

Story

  1. One story has it that a man kept such an ala in his barn; she drank thirty liters of milk every day.
  2. Even if we retell the story, examine every nuance, revisit preschool and Wimbledon and the ESPYS and Troy, Ala., the answer still has to be no.

Winner

  1. The winner of the April 2010 race at Talladega (Ala.) Superspeedway leads second-place Kyle Busch by 69 points.

Track

  1. Red Byron, who hailed from Anniston, Ala., and began racing on a track in Talladega, was NASCARs first Winston Cup champion in 1949.
  2. This chassis was last on track at Talladega (Ala.) Superspeedway with Ryan Newman.
  3. On their first time down the track in the Olympics this week, driver Jill Bakken, Park City, and brakeman Vonetta Flowers of Helena, Ala., won gold.

Administration

  1. Alpha-lipoic acid (ALA) administration has been reported to improve metabolic abnormalities and ameliorate peripheral polyneuropathy in diabetic patients.
  2. Ala ud din Khilji delegated the administration of the newly conquered areas to his principal Rajput collaborator, Maldeo Songara, ruler of Jalore.

Author

  1. He looked at the sources listed in the back of the book and discovered that the author had interviewed Arthur Rudolph in Huntsville, Ala.

Top Five

  1. After winning the DieHard 500 at Talladega (Ala.) July 28, Earnhardt has failed to finish in the top five since.
  2. He won only at Birmingham, Ala., but was among the top five in 22 races and out of the top 10 in only 12 of 46 races.

Fame

  1. He was the driving force." T he original painting of the Alabama Gang is now hanging in the International Motorsports Hall of Fame in Talladega, Ala.
  2. The Hall of Fame is near Talladega, Ala., and honors drivers from all sides of racing, not just the stock car circuits.

Career

  1. Ala Singh 's career of conquest began soon after the execution of Banda Singh Bahadur in 1716 when central Punjab lay in utter confusion.

People

  1. Similarly, in the Homolje region of eastern Serbia, the people imagine the ala as a black wind moving over the land.

Native

  1. A native of Hackleburg, Ala., Sonny James began his career at the age of three.
  2. But at Talladega, it's the 23-year-old Mobile, Ala., native all by his lonesome.

Study

  1. A study investigated the efficacy of ALA in preventing diabetes mellitus in diabetes-prone obese rats.

Coordinates

  1. NASA's payload operations team at the agency's Marshall Space Flight Center, Huntsville, Ala., coordinates U.S. science activities on the station.

April

  1. Nemechek was referring to the next Sunday's (April 30) Cup race at Talladega (Ala.) Superspeedway, the biggest track on the NASCAR circuit.
  2. After running in the heat of July in Birmingham, Ala., for the past five years, the Porsche 250 at Barber Motorsports Park moves to April.

Monday

  1. She was in a shelter in Birmingham, Ala., Monday.

Plymouth

  1. It was at Fairgrounds Raceway, a half mile near Birmingham, Ala., and the winner was Jim Paschal in a Plymouth.

Recording Studio

  1. Eventually he was discovered by the owner of a recording studio in Muscle Shoals, Ala., which led to a full-time gig playing for other artists.

Harvick

  1. Auto racing: Harvick unsure where he'll drive next season TALLADEGA, Ala.

Jamie Mcmurray

  1. Jamie McMurray held the bottom line at Talladega (Ala.) Superspeedway, one eye on the finish line and the other on his rearview mirror.

Humans

  1. Animal studies and at least one small trial in humans suggest that ALA may also be effective for treating peripheral nerve damage.

Rats

  1. We sought to determine if ALA can prevent the development of diabetes mellitus in obese Otsuka Long-Evans Tokushima Fatty (OLETF) rats.
  2. The efficacy of ALA in delaying the development and progression of cataracts in rats with streptozotocin-induced diabetes has also been demonstrated.

Cardiovascular Disease

  1. Therefore, the success of the "Mediterranean" diet does not prove that ALA protects against cardiovascular disease.

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