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2014-04-16 23:17:01

Sarcoidosis Remission Aden Protocol created by Danielle May teaches people how to treat their sarcoidosis quickly. An overview on the website Vinaf.com tells readers if the program is good for people to use. Tampa, FL (PRWEB) April 16, 2014 Sarcoidosis or Besnier-Boeck-Schaumanndisease is a syndrome involving abnormal collections of chronic inflammatory cells, which can form as nodules in multiple organs. This disease results from a specific type of inflammation of tissues of the body....

2009-07-20 13:21:19

Yemen plans to replace an oil refinery in Aden to cope with rising oil demand and to develop chemical products made from petroleum, the government said Monday. The existing refinery, in the port city whose ancient, natural harbor lies in the crater of an extinct volcano, is too old and small to respond adequately to demand, the official Yemeni government news agency Saba quoted the government as saying. The economic committee of the Majlis al Shura, or consultative council, is studying the...

2008-09-28 21:00:18

A disabled smugglers' boat loaded with Somali refugees drifted into Yemeni coastal waters but not before at least 52 people died, U.N. officials said Sunday. The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees said another 71 people were still alive when the vessel was spotted by coast guard crews Sept. 21, CNN reported. The refugees, ages 2-40, had been adrift without food or water for 18 days, officials for the U.N. agency's Yemeni office said. The agency said the survivors -- who had...

2008-09-17 18:00:07

By AHMED AL-HAJ SAN'A, Yemen - A car bomb exploded at the front gate of the U.S. Embassy in Yemen's capital today, killing six Yemeni guards and four civilians, officials said. No American personnel were reported hurt. Several "secondary explosions" followed the first blast, the embassy said in a statement. A Yemeni security official said the compound was hit by two car bombs, followed by heavy gunfire that lasted about 10 minutes. Six attackers, including a suicide bomber wearing an...

2008-07-01 06:00:02

By Carol Rosenberg, The Miami Herald Jul. 1--The Pentagon filed death-penalty charges against a Saudi man at Guantanamo on Monday, alleging he engineered the October 2000 suicide bombing of the USS Cole off Aden, Yemen. Seventeen U.S. sailors were killed and 47 other people were wounded in the al Qaeda attack that crippled the $1 billion destroyer four years after it was commissioned at Port Everglades. The 11-page charge sheet sworn out by a Marine major accused Abd al Rahim al...

2008-06-30 18:00:15

MIAMI _ The Pentagon on Monday announced a proposed death penalty prosecution of a Saudi man at Guantanamo, alleging he organized the October 2000 suicide bombing of the USS Cole off Aden, Yemen, that killed 17 American sailors. The 11-page charge sheets, signed by a Marine major, accuse Abd al Rahim al-Nashiri, 43, of conspiracy, murder and other law of war violations. It seeks to try him by military commission at the U.S. Navy base in southeast Cuba and execute him if he is convicted....

2006-02-23 02:53:36

SANAA (Reuters) - The United States has formally asked Yemen to arrest a prominent hardline Yemeni cleric who is on U.S. and U.N. lists of terrorism suspects, state Web sites said on Thursday. The Web site of Yemen's ruling party, Almotamar.net, said the request came in a letter from President George W. Bush to his Yemeni counterpart Ali Abdullah Saleh. It said the letter requested Yemen freeze the assets of Sheikh Abdul-Majid al-Zindani, a leader of a main Islamic opposition party,...

2006-02-13 05:40:57

SANAA (Reuters) - A Yemeni court on Monday began the trial of a senior al Qaeda suspect charged with funding militants in the Arab state, which has been embarrassed by a recent al Qaeda jail break. Mohammad Hamdi al-Ahdal, named as al Qaeda's number two in Yemen, was charged with forming an armed gang, financing al Qaeda militants and involvement in the deaths of 18 Yemeni soldiers. Ahdal, also known as Abu Asem al-Macci, denied the charges. Ahdal, 35, was the aide of al Qaeda...

2006-02-09 07:48:44

By Mark Trevelyan, Security Correspondent BERLIN (Reuters) - An audacious al Qaeda jail break in Yemen bears the hallmarks of an "inside job" and raises questions about the effectiveness of a key Arab partner in the war on terrorism, U.S. and European security officials say. The 23 inmates who escaped through a 140-meter (460-feet) tunnel hollowed under their prison to a nearby mosque included not just leaders of deadly attacks on a U.S. warship and a French oil tanker, but also, it...

2006-02-09 08:44:55

By Mark Trevelyan, Security Correspondent BERLIN (Reuters) - An audacious al Qaeda jail break in Yemen bears the hallmarks of an "inside job" and raises questions about the effectiveness of a key Arab partner in the war on terrorism, U.S. and European security officials say. The 23 inmates who escaped through a 140-meter (460-feet) tunnel hollowed under their prison to a nearby mosque included not just leaders of deadly attacks on a U.S. warship and a French oil tanker, but also, it...


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cruet
  • A vial or small glass bottle, especially one for holding vinegar, oil, etc.; a caster for liquids.
This word is Middle English in origin, and ultimately comes from the Old French, diminutive of 'crue,' flask.
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