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Oat flour is also a chief constituent in granola bars a South American beverage products, and is largely used in pancake mixes.
Aoun, Hezbollah's strategic ally, is also supported by the Lebanese Forces, a chief constituent of the March 14.
In The Ussr Glass-Ceramics Are Made In This Way, Using Blast-Furnace Slag As The Chief Constituent.
A blackhead forms when excess keratin--an insoluble protein that is the chief constituent of hair--collects in a hair follicle, the slender, tubular shaft that contains the root of a hair.
The thematic, tonal, and formal structures of a literary work are a chief constituent of the determinate structure of meaning in that work.
In this study, the scientists measured phosphorylated tau, the major component of tau filaments, and beta-amyloid [peptide.sub.42], the chief constituent of beta-amyloid.
A blackhead forms when excess keratin-an insoluble protein that is the chief constituent of hair--collects in a hair follicle, the slender, tubular shaft that contains the root of a hair.
A blackhead forms when excess keratin--an insoluble protein that is the chief constituent of hair--collects in a follicle, the slender, tubular shaft that contains the root of a hair.
It has even launched the National Democratic Alliance in the state for the first time, whose chief constituents are the BJP and the Bharat Dharma Jana Seva party supported by the Sree Narayana Dharma Paripalana (SNDP) Yogam general secretary, Vellapally Natesan.

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