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Kalma a.k.a. Tryptophan is one of the 22 standard amino acids and an essential amino acid in the human diet, as demonstrated by its growth effects on rats. It is encoded in the standard genetic code as the codon UGG. Only the L-stereoisomer of tryptophan is used in structural or enzyme proteins, but the R-stereoisomer is occasionally found in naturally produced peptides. The distinguishing structural characteristic of tryptophan is that it contains an indole functional group.


"Kalma" is a musical album of Soulgrind.

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Kalma a.k.a. Niko Hurme, whose stage name is Nick Gore plays bass in the Finnish glam metal band Stala & so., led by Stala. He was the bass player for the Finnish hard rock band Lordi between 2002 and 2005, with his stage name Kalma. He played on the albums The Monsterican Dream and The Arockalypse but was replaced by current bassist OX after his departure from the band for personal reasons. Kalma is known as a so-called "motorbike zombie".


Kalma is a musical group.


Kalma is the Finnish goddess of death and decay, her name meaning "The Stench of Corpses". Her favorite places to linger are graveyards and cemeteries; in fact, one Finnish word for graveyard is kalmisto, derived from her name. Some sources state that she moves on a vehicle of odors, much like a puff of smoke.

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Google previewAnnotations on the Sacred Writings of the Hindüs (1902)

Being an Epitome of Some of the Most Remarkable and Leading Tenets in the Faith of that People, Illustrating Their Priapic Rites and Phallic Principles by Edward Sellon

At Kalma is a circular group of one hundred and eight temples erected by the Rajah of Burdwan. These temples, and indeed all those found in * As. Res., vol. xvii., pp.

Google previewDurgesa Nandinil (1880)

Or, The Chieftain's Daughter by Baṅkimacandra Caṭṭopādhyāẏa

# Kalma is a Mehommedan religious work. Diggaja calls it Kalmi—the ...

Google previewBeyond (2017)

A meaningful journey by Anmol Chawla

Kalma means creed, your Sharia, code should be the way of God, and your Tariqat be your pursuit of God, a way. Marfat, meaning enlightenment should be to discipline your mind and association with holy men should be the way to escape ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Ancient Deities (2013)

by Charles Russell Coulter, Patricia Turner

̄ Inother versions,Kalma is a male, knownas agodof tombs. See also Kalevala; Manala. Kalmashapada, King(India) seeParashara. Kaloafu (Polynesia) Kaloafu is one of the foster parents of Eel (Tuna). The other was Tuehie. Tuna was the ...

Google previewEast India (Bootan) (1865)

Papers Relating to Bootan

The kalma is a Booteah. The The principal ...


by Maximillien De Lafayette

Siha Kalma: A magical square to be used by any person whose first name starts with the letter M, like Mary, Mimi, Mel, so on. Originally, it was incorporated into a white magic text dealing with health and sickness, caused by rheumatism and ...

Google previewThe Princeton Dictionary of Buddhism (2013)

by Robert E. Buswell Jr., Donald S. Lopez Jr.

See KALINGA kalma See KARMAN kalma pu iglfig 'fi.

Google previewFenno-Ugric Vocabulary (1977)

An Etymological Dictionary of the Uralic Languages by Björn Collinder

fi kalma odour of a corpse; spirit holding sway over a burial-ground; ruler over the grave or graves, death; ulcer, cancer; nether-world; corpse; pallid as a corpse | Ip guolmds~guol'bmdsd- pale, pallid, wan ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Tocharian B (2013)

Revised and Greatly Enlarged by Adams, Douglas Q. Adams

0The possible preterite, kalma, has also been taken as a noun. For a discussion of the range of meanings proposed for this verb, see TVS. IEtymology unknown. For a suggestion, VW1200 (a denominative verb from an [unattested] ...

Google previewA Dictionary Hindustani and English (1834)

by John Shakespear

<ul£ kalma, or properly kalima, s. m. 1. A word, speech, saying. 2. Part of speech. 3. The Muhammadan confession of faith. <uK kalimatu-l-/iakk, The word of God. < ul£ LajJ kalma parhna, To make the Muhammadan confession of faith.

Google previewA Dictionary, Hindūstānī and English, and English and Hindūstānī (1849)

The Latter Being Entirely New by John Shakespear

JS Kalma, or properly kalima, s. m. 1. A word, speech, saying. 2. Part of speech. 3 . The Muhammadan confession of faith. Ge" &als kalimatu-l-Hakk, The word of God. \o &als kalma parhnā, To make the Muhammadan confession of faith.

Google previewMai-Mai (Somali) Dictionary (2016)

Mai-Mai to English by Seqend Hussain

hard kakka somehard Somalian food that is made out of flour and fried in oil kshalain alone, by self kalbi mind kalle other kalled another, else kalma feminine/singular help kalmo noun helps kalmos noun help kalm to help ...

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