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While French cuisine is often associated with rich desserts, in most homes dessert consists of only fruit or yogurt.
Fanny, grimacing and acting as if on the verge of retching, claimed not to know what a bramble was, told Mrs Troake that her menu was too rich, and, though she accepted that the dessert was delicious, insisted that it was not suitable, declaring, " You're among professionals now, dear.
Hard sauce is a sweet, rich dessert sauce made by creaming or beating butter and sugar with rum ( rum butter ), brandy ( brandy butter ), whiskey, sherry ( sherry butter ), vanilla or other flavorings.
The product is used both as an ingredient in cooking and is mixed with honey to be eaten as an incredibly rich dessert.

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And when the child dies in Lawrence's story in a delirium that is somehow brought on by his mania to win and to make his mother rich, the manifest absurdity of such a disease and such a death does not enter into our thoughts at all.
Nevertheless, Prokofieff was much influenced by Paris during the Twenties: the Paris which was the artistic center of the Western World -- the social Paris to which Russian aristocracy migrated -- the chic Paris which attracted the tourist dollars of rich America -- the avant-garde Paris of Diaghileff, Stravinsky, Koussevitzky, Cocteau, Picasso -- the laissez-faire Paris of Dadaism and ultramodern art -- the Paris sympathique which took young composers to her bosom with such quick and easy enthusiasms.
Compared to other grains, amaranth is unusually rich in the essential amino acid lysine Common grains such as wheat and corn are comparatively rich in amino acids that amaranth lacks ; thus, amaranth and other grains can complement each other.
The various styles continued expanding well into the 19th and 20th centuries, proportional to the influx of immigrants from many foreign nations ; such influx developed a rich diversity in food preparation throughout the country.
Despite such diversity, it is possible to classify the indigenous people into three major cultural groups: the northern people, who developed rich handicrafts and were influenced by pre-Incan cultures ; the Araucanian culture, who inhabited the area between the river Choapa and the island of Chiloé, and lived primarily off agriculture ; and the Patagonian culture Patagonia composed of various nomadic tribes, who supported themselves through fishing and hunting ( and who in Pacific / Pacific Coast immigration scenario would be descended partly from the most ancient settlers ).
A right established by law, such as that to an old age pension, is less galling than an allowance made by a rich man to a poor one, dependent on his view of the recipient ’ s character, and terminable at his caprice.
In food science and in many informal contexts, the term carbohydrate often means any food that is particularly rich in the complex carbohydrate starch ( such as cereals, bread, and pasta ) or simple carbohydrates, such as sugar ( found in candy, jams, and desserts ).
Kuiper belt objects are known to be rich in organic compounds such as tholins, so some form of life existing on their surfaces is not entirely implausible – though perhaps not going so far as to develop natural internal nuclear reactors, as have Forward's.
By now the group had become a de-facto political force, pitting itself against rising elements of American social and political life such as the religious right, Ronald Reagan and the idle rich.
Developing countries feel that some countries in the developed world, such as the United States of America, cut down their forests centuries ago and benefited greatly from this deforestation, and that it is hypocritical to deny developing countries the same opportunities: that the poor shouldn't have to bear the cost of preservation when the rich created the problem.
The World Wildlife Fund's ecoregion project catalogues habitat types throughout the world, including habitat loss such as deforestation, showing for example that even in the rich forests of parts of Canada such as the Mid-Continental Canadian forests of the prairie provinces half of the forest cover has been lost or altered.
They traditionally lived a coastal lifestyle, subsisting primarily on ocean resources such as salmon, halibut, and whales, as well as rich land resources such as berries and land mammals.
Excessive erosion causes problems such as desertification, decreases in agricultural productivity due to land degradation, sedimentation of waterways, and ecological collapse due to loss of the nutrient rich upper soil layers.
Severe erosion occurs in cases such as this, causing stream sedimentation and the loss of nutrient rich topsoil.
The Vitascope and the Lumière Brothers ' Cinematograph were first presented in Japan in March 1897, and Lumière cameramen were the first to shoot films in Japan .< ref > Moving pictures, however, were not an entirely new experience for the Japanese because of their rich tradition of pre-cinematic devices such as gentō ( utsushi-e ) or the magic lantern.
The economy of Ghana, Africa, has a diverse and rich resource base, and as such, has one of the highest GDP per capita in Africa.
Geoffrey provides prehistoric London with a rich array of legendary kings, such as King Lud ( see also Lludd, from Welsh Mythology ) who, he claims, renamed the town CaerLudein, from which London was derived, and was buried at Ludgate.
This involves being the first person to cross the threshold of a friend or neighbour and often involves the giving of symbolic gifts such as salt ( less common today ), coal, shortbread, whisky, and black bun ( a rich fruit cake ) intended to bring different kinds of luck to the householder.
The Council of the Authority began work, in August 2002, on another set of regulations, covering polymetallic sulphides and cobalt-rich ferromanganese crusts, which are rich sources of such minerals as copper, iron, zinc, silver and gold, as well as cobalt.
Besides limonene and alpha-pinene ( 0. 34 %), both monoterpenes, the oil is unusually rich ( 0. 38 % total ) in sesquiterpenes such as α-bergamotene ( 0. 021 %), caryophyllene ( 0. 18 %), α-humulene ( 0. 07 %) and α-muurolene ( 0. 06 %), and these contribute to the spicy and woody flavor of the fruit.

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The obituary stated (" The merchant of death is dead ") and went on to say, " Dr. Alfred Nobel, who became rich by finding ways to kill more people faster than ever before, died yesterday.
* De Opificio Dei (" The Works of God "), an apologetic work, written in 303 or 304 during Diocletian's persecution, and dedicated to a former pupil, a rich Christian named Demetrianius.
As prescribed in Exodus ( 30: 11-16 ) Jewish law imposed a poll tax of half-shekel, payable by every man above the age of twenty (" the rich shall not pay more and the poor shall not pay less ").
Christianity teaches that those who gather up riches and power in this life will almost certainly not be rewarded in the next (" it is harder for a rich man to enter the Kingdom of Heaven than it is for a camel to pass through the eye of a needle ...") while those who suffer oppression and poverty in this life, while cultivating their spiritual wealth, will be rewarded in the Kingdom of God.
In 1424 the " duo preciso e noto " (" well and known duo ") of Masaccio and Masolino was commissioned by the powerful and rich Felice Brancacci to execute a cycle of frescoes for the Brancacci Chapel in the church of Santa Maria del Carmine in Florence.
Zork distinguished itself in its genre as an especially rich game, in terms of both the quality of the storytelling and the sophistication of its text parser, which was not limited to simple verb-noun commands (" hit troll "), but recognized some prepositions and conjunctions (" hit the troll with the Elvish sword ").
* Myod — Traditional Russian mead, historically available in three major varieties: aged mead (" мёд ставленный ")a mixture of honey and water and / or berry juices, subject to a very slow ( 12 – 50 years ) anaerobic fermentation in airtight vessels in a process similar to the traditional balsamic vinegar, creating a rich, complex and high-priced product ; drinking mead (" мёд питный ")a kind of honey wine made from diluted honey by traditional fermentation ; and boiled mead (" мёд варёный ")a drink closer to beer, brewed from boiled wort of diluted honey and herbs, very similar to modern medovukha.
José Guadalupe Posada created a famous print of a figure he called La Calavera de la Catrina (" skull of the rich woman ") as a parody of a Mexican upper-class female.
The Russian name " Chukchi " is derived from the Chukchi word Chauchu (" rich in reindeer "), which was used by the ' Reindeer Chukchi ' to distinguish themselves from the ' Maritime Chukchi ,' called Anqallyt (" the sea people ").
Its ultimate derivation is possibly from the Turkic roots bai (" noble, rich ") and är.
Along with her equally larcenous father, " Colonel " Harrington ( Charles Coburn ) and his partner Gerald ( Melville Cooper ), she is out to fleece rich, naive Charles Pike ( Henry Fonda ), the heir to the Pike Ale fortune (" The Ale That Won for Yale ").
Cilicia Pedias (" flat Cilicia "— Greek: Κιλικία Πεδιάς ; Assyrian Kue ), to the east, included the rugged spurs of Taurus and a large coastal plain, with rich loamy soil, known to the Greeks such as Xenophon, who passed through with his 10, 000 Greek mercenaries, for its abundance ( euthemia ), filled with sesame and millet and olives and pasturage for the horses imported by Solomon.
Nancy singles out Dodger to demonstrate the way the rich people treat each other (" I'd Do Anything ").
The area has rich mineral sources (" The Lick ").
At one end of the spectrum is the admiration of Donald Tovey (" healthy, unaffected, and drily energetic ", " rich in solid musical facts ", cast in " reinforced concrete ") and Maynard Solomon (" pellucid, brave, utterly lacking in sentimentality or affectation ") and the kindly tolerance of Hans von Bülow (" quite a pretty and tasteful little piece, protected from the dangers of obsolescence by what one might call its melodic neutrality ").
This account, more rich in detail than the Mozarabic Chronicle, is at odds with not only the later Latin histories, but also the later Arabic ones: the anonymous compilation called the Akhbar Majmu ' ah, the late tenth-century work of Ibn al-Qūṭiyya (" the son descendant of the Goth Wittiza "), the eleventh-century historian Ibn Hayyān, the thirteenth-century Complete History of Ibn al-Athir, the fourteenth-century history of Ibn Khaldūn, or the early modern work of al-Maqqarī.
Robert records that the pope asked western Christians, poor and rich, to come to the aid of the Greeks in the east, because " Deus vult ," (" God wills it "), the rousing cry with which Urban ended his final address.
In particular, the army ’ s support was split between three main candidates: Maximianus, the former domesticus (" bodyguard ") of Aëtius, who was the son of an Egyptian merchant named Domninus who had become rich in Italy ; the future emperor Majorian, who commanded the army after the death of Aetius and who had the backing of the Empress Licinia Eudoxia ; and Maximus himself, who had the support of the Roman Senate and who in the end, on 17 March, defeated his rivals and secured the throne by distributing money to officials of the imperial palace.

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