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MATE. The second officer on board of a merchant ship or vessel.
     2. He has the right to sue in the admiralty as a common mariner for wages. 1. Pet. Adm. Dee. 246.
     3. When, on the death of the master, the mate assumes the command, he succeeds to the rights and duties of the principal officer. 1 Sumn. 157; 3 Mason, 161; 4 Mason, 196; See 7 Conn. 239; 4 Mason, 641 4 Wash. C. C. 838.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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The global yerba mate market was valued at US$ 1,251.0 Mn in 2018, according to Yerba Mate Market Report, by Form Type (Liquid Concentrate, Powder, and Others), by Application (Food and Beverages, Dietary Supplements, Cosmetics & Personal Care, and Functional Food), by Distribution Channel (Hypermarkets, Supermarkets, Online Stores, Convenience Stores, and Specialty Drug Stores), and by Region (North America, Latin America, Asia Pacific, Europe, and Middle East & Africa) published by Coherent Market Insights.
Similarly, DanoneWave's SToK brand added a new range of cold brewed teas, SToK Yerba Mate Cold Brew Teas, to complement its cold brewed coffees.
The researchers were specifically looking at yerba mate's effects on fatty acid oxidation (FAO).
Although some metabolic findings have been reported in previous studies (4-6,12), to the best of our knowledge, this is the first study to report the beneficial effect of yerba mate consumption on the incidence of chronic diseases in postmenopausal women.
Yet, while tropical yerba mate has increased in popularity over the years, yaupon has fallen into obscurity as a drink.
Records report that the tea seeds and seedlings had been introduced by immigrants from Russia, to satisfy a craving for black tea, which the yerba mate drink could not replace.
En efecto, el autor senala que durante la dictadura militar de 1976 el retroceso en la distribucion del ingreso implico menor demanda efectiva por parte de los asalariados y tuvo consecuencias sobre las producciones de bienes de consumo de la region, como el algodon y la yerba mate, asi como tambien sobre aquella produccion agraria e industrial que abastecia principalmente al mercado interno.
The species Ilex paraguariensis (Aquifoliaceae), popularly known as yerba mate, plays an important socio-economic role in the southern region of Brazil (Bernardi et al., 2005).
A recent news report on working and living conditions on yerba mate plantations in northeastern Argentina and a bill introduced before PARLASUR, the legislative body of the Southern Common Market (MERCOSUR), have turned new attention to labor law violations in Argentina and to the persistence of child labor in almost slave-like conditions, especially in rural areas.
Oligonychus yothersi (avocado red mite) is a polyphagous mite occurring in avocado, coffee, eucalyptus, mango, ornamental plants and yerba mate (MORAES & FLECHTMANN, 2008).
Yerba Mate (Illex Paraguariensis) ingestion augments fat oxidation and energy expenditure during exercise at various submaximal intensities.