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Consumption of Ayoyo by women is an added advantage to ward off vaginal disorders.
Then he reminded the 40-year-old champion to avoid Broner's elbow or his gloves being used to ward off his face.
Sources at county headquarters told the Star the shuffle and recall of Kariuki marked the climax of Sonko's push to ward off external forces.
In the early days, the Irish would carve faces on turnips and place candles inside them to ward off the evil spirits.
BEIRUT: Caretaker Minister of the Displaced Alaeddine Terro said his Progressive Socialist Party would seek to revive contacts between the March 8 and March 14 parties in an attempt to ward off the threat of sectarian strife.
Having healthy alternatives, such as carrot sticks or rice cakes, close to hand will help you ward off temptation from the office "feeders".
9, 2009 (CENS)--Faced with the influx of hot money, Perng Fai-nan, governor of the Central Bank of China (CBC), explicitly manifested his determination to stabilize the local currency by providing the press translations of three foreign messages which call for central banks to ward off hot money and defend their currencies.
And since we are the only country in the world that took a decision to cull pigs to prevent swine flu, then we should likewise accept those people's demands to ban oriental dancing to ward off its evils.
More than half of the West Midlands' population resort to following old wives tales rather than doctors' advice to ward off flu, according to new Government research.
Staff at a Tyneside health centre will don pinstriped uniforms to ward off the superbugs.