(n.) An intoxicating liquor made from an infusion of malt by fermentation and the addition of a bitter, usually hops.
(n.) A festival in English country places, so called from the liquor drunk.
(1) He said: "A frothy pint of ale and a Snickers from the fridge."
(2) Having effectively achieved its goal to promote cask ale as “real” ale (more than 11,000 real ales are now brewed in the UK ), the 45-year-old organisation has been enduring an identity crisis, and is looking to its members for a solution .
(3) Nosheen Iqbal, writer Discovering the Acoustic Tent (and its real ale supplies) After nearly three decades of Glastonbury attendance, this year I finally made it up the hill to the Acoustic Tent.
(4) Repeated administration of ALE-36 significantly accelerated the healing of gastric ulcers induced by thermocautery.
(5) Normally I'm really interesting to talk to but I just can't right now," one employee, drinking an ale, smiled sheepishly.
(6) The relaxation of TV product placement rules raised the possibility that regulars at Coronation Street's Rovers Return would be swapping their fictional Newton and Ridley ale for a pint of Boddingtons.
(7) In a small number of areas, we found that after the merger the parties would operate pubs in close proximity without facing sufficient competition from rivals and we are concerned this could lead to a rise in the price of food or drink or a reduction in the quality of those pubs.” Greene King, which brews Old Speckled Hen and Abbott Ale and operates chains such as Hungry Horse and Loch Fyne, said it intended to offer concessions to meet CMA concerns.
(8) The local authority stepped in last week to throw a protective arm around the borough’s licensed premises, a move real-ale lobby group Camra has urged other councils to follow in order to slow the closure of pubs for redevelopment.
(9) A short stumble from Horfield common, it's the last best stop on the A38 out of Bristol, with its ever-changing ales, wood fires, good food and amusingly graffitied Jenga.
(10) Maltings' seven cask ales include permanent Black Sheep, regular staples such as York Brewery's Guzzler and beers from newer, smaller breweries, such as Coxhoe's Sonnet 43 and Morpeth's Anarchy.
(11) The three other finalists were The Drovers Rest in Carlisle, the Kelham Island Tavern in Sheffield and The Yard of Ale, a micropub in Broadstairs, Kent.
(12) Liam Byrne: Jeremy Corbyn is craft ale of Labour movement Read more Mandelson warned that he feared some moderates in that atmosphere would drift away from the party, leading to the party’s possible disintegration.
(13) Nigel Farage must have been smiling to himself as he supped his pint of real ale last night.
(14) Facebook Twitter Pinterest Brewdog Camden staff react by taking Camden Hells lager off their craft beer menu Peroni and Grolsch owner SAB Miller snapped up Camden’s rival Meantime earlier this year, while Diageo used its Guinness brand as a launchpad for a series of ales and porters.
(15) The pub's renowned food includes home-made cheese and onion, steak and kidney and beef and ale pies.
(16) When low workloads with ALE and ACE were compared, no significant differences (p greater than 0.05) were demonstrated in any of the variables for men or women.
(17) Her husband, the internationally renowned human rights activist Ales Bialiatski, did just that, jailed in August 2011 for four-and-half years on tax avoidance charges that he, and human rights organisations, call spurious.
(18) That night we drank local ales in Dirty Sally’s bar with the manager, biker Bill, clad in black leather Harley jacket with long grey hair in a ponytail.
(19) Life stress was measured with the Social and Athletic Readjustment Rating Scale (SARRS) and the Athletic Life Experiences Survey (ALES).
(20) It's brewed in the town by Cuilán Loughnane, who was inspired to start his White Gypsy Brewery in 2009 after tasting his first pint of real ale in, of all places, Heathrow airport.
(n.) The wood of the agalloch.
(n.) A genus of succulent plants, some classed as trees, others as shrubs, but the greater number having the habit and appearance of evergreen herbaceous plants; from some of which are prepared articles for medicine and the arts. They are natives of warm countries.
(n.) The inspissated juice of several species of aloe, used as a purgative.
(1) A definite difference in plaque consistency was alos observed.
(2) Inactivation of G-protein as measured by PDE turnoff and dissociation signal recovery is found to be faster at higher than lower [GTP], consistent with the observation that the higher GTPase activity associated with the higher Km alos resides in the G-protein.
(3) We have used 2-(beta-(3-125iodo-4-hydroxyphenyl)-ethylaminoethyl)-tetr alo ne ([125I]HEAT or BE2254), an alpha 1-selective antagonist, and [3H]yohimbine, an alpha 2-selective antagonist, to demonstrate and characterize binding sites in basolateral membranes from rat kidney cortex.
(4) Patients undergoing dermabrasion or chemical peel procedures should be cautioned specifically against the use of aloe vera or vitamin E topically in the first weeks after surgery.
(5) The mechanism of action of aloe-emodin-9-anthrone, a decomposition product of barbaloin, in causing a significant increase in the water content of the rat large intestine, was investigated.
(6) It is the author's opinion that much of the macrotrauma is alos related to the biomechanical parameters of the foot type and lower leg function, indirectly or directly contributing to the mechanism of injury.
(7) The bacterium grew in PYF broth containing barbaloin and converted barbaloin to aloe-emodin anthrone.
(8) These antagonists alos reduced concentration dependently the near-maximal amylase response to bombesin, the concentration required for 50% reduction (IC50) being about 10(-7) M for RC-3095 and RC-3100 and 10(-6) M for RC-3120.
(9) At 2.3 h after oral administration of sennoside C, nearly equimolar amounts of aloe-emodin anthrone and rhein anthrone were detected in the large intestine of mice.
(10) Aloe vera preparations were evaluated for topical anti-inflammatory activity using the croton oil-induced edema assay.
(11) The tumoricidal activity was dependent on the dose of mitomycin C injected and it was alos detectable against allogeneic and xenogeneic tumor target cells.
(12) The results showed that tolbutamide and studied plants (except Aloe barbadensis) decreased significantly (p less than 0.05) the area under glucose tolerance curve, in relation with the water control.
(13) ALO 2145 appears to be effective in eliminating large, acute IOP elevations after argon laser trabeculoplasty.
(14) No antigenic relationship was found between ALO and Aerococcus viridans (NCTC 8251) in crossed immunoelectrophoretic assay.
(15) The total effective sGPT-lowering rate of Aloe injection on 38 patients of chronic hepatitis with positive HBsAg was 86.8%.
(16) The following agents were applied daily for a period of 27 days: scarlet red ointment, benzoyl peroxide lotion, bacitracin ointment, silver sulfadiazine cream, aloe vera gel, tretinoin cream, capsaicin cream, and mupirocin ointment.
(17) And when I got sunburnt, Roberto cut a fresh leaf of aloe vera for its soothing gel.
(18) Several biologically active substances, such as aloenin (1), magnesium lactate, aloe-emodin (4), barbaloin (5), and succinic acid, were found to be contained in the leaf juice of Aloe arborescens Mill.
(19) The intracanial and spinal subarachnoid space alos was invaded by disseminated embryonal carcinoma.
(20) ALO 2145 1% was shown to be effective and well tolerated in the dosage regimen employed in this study.