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Clove

An obsolete unit of weight variously equivalent to values between seven and 10 pounds. It was used in the sale of cheese and wool.
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Clove oil was used after being dissolved in ethanol at a rate of 1/9 (1:10 ratio of clove oil: ethanol) as described by Anderson et al.
Caption: From top: Softneck garlics contain a greater number of cloves, while hardneck garlics grow a long central stalk.
Dough development time for flour containing 2:2 cinnamon along with thyme and 1:2 clove along thyme was 2.
In response, the Zanzibar House of Representative endorsed a new Cloves Act Bill in January that discourages clove growers from making charcoal or otherwise consuming clove trees.
CLOVES ARE the unopened flower buds" from evergreen rain-forest tree found exclusively in Indonesia.
Serves 4-6 40 cloves garlic, unpeeled (about four bulbs) 2 tbsp olive oil 1/2 tsp sugar 1 x 1.
Disseminated intravascular coagulation and hepatocellular necrosis due to clove oil.
Serves 4) 320g linguine 4-6 tbsp olive oil, plus extra for sprinkling 2 cloves garlic, peeled 500g clams 2 shallots, finely sliced 4 medium courgettes, finely sliced 2 tbsp vegetable stock For the puree 2-3 tbsp olive oil 1 clove garlic, peeled 2 shallots, finely sliced 1 large courgette, finely sliced 2 tbsp vegetable stock
Here we report for the first time the proliferation-inhibiting and apoptosis-inducing [causing programmed cell death] effects of the effective compounds in the clove on several cancerous cell lines," they said.
Garlic Solent Wight is a good, reliable garlic with a large white head and pale red clove skins.
Clove count per bulb is much higher than in hardnecks but many varieties have small interior cloves.