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  1. 10-20 %) is added to the ingredients, which gives the cookies their bitter, taste ,(commercially, apricot kernels are used as a substitute for bitter almonds).
  2. Seasonings or meat. Nevertheless, this region is the most suitable scenario to, taste ,empanadas, above all those stuffed with meat and offering different types of
  3. Disease resistance and drought tolerance, eased harvest and improved the, taste ,and nutritional value of crop plants. Careful selection and breeding have had
  4. Addresses physical beauty. More in contrast with this Greek-Western aesthetic, taste ,is the genre of grotesque. Greek philosophers initially felt that aesthetically
  5. Press. Cash box went as far as saying that" there is a recurrent thread of, taste ,and artistry inherent in Abba's marketing, creativity and presentation that
  6. Instead: It is agreeable to me," because" Everyone has his own (sense of), taste ,". The case of" beauty" is different from mere" agreeableness" because,"
  7. Judgments usually go beyond sensory discrimination. For David Hume, delicacy of, taste ,is not merely" the ability to detect all the ingredients in a composition "
  8. To peanut butter, popular with peanut allergy sufferers and for its less salty, taste , The young, developing fruit of the almond tree can be eaten whole (" green
  9. Food, but also words, and that the taste of the former is often outdone by the, taste ,of the latter. " Reception Korzybski's work influenced Rational Emotive
  10. Is that ideas are less vivacious than impressions. For example, the idea of the, taste ,of an orange is far inferior to the impression (or sensation) of actually
  11. Generation" ( Matthew 23:36). " There be some standing here which shall not, taste ,of death till they see the Son of man coming in his kingdom" ( Matthew 16:28)
  12. Entertainers such as P. T. Barnum. Increasingly, in accordance with romantic, taste , these accounts also began to deal, amongst other topics, with aspects of
  13. And relished by a 'sensitive spectator' or Saturday or one with positive, taste ,and mind. Poets like Alias were attentive to NASA, which blossomed into a
  14. Variety of almond and is a glyceryl oleate, with a slight odor and a nutty, taste , It is almost insoluble in alcohol but readily soluble in chloroform or ether.
  15. Quickly made him famous in other countries, including France where musical, taste ,was less dictated by fashion than elsewhere. This popularity dwindled. After
  16. Cramming his allotted time with too much material. The young Duke had neither, taste ,nor talent for either mathematics or science, so student and teacher were a
  17. Air" oxygen" ( Greek for" becoming sharp" because he claimed that the sharp, taste ,of acids came from oxygen),and the other" above" ( Greek for" no life" ).
  18. Snack in parts of the Middle East, eaten dipped in salt to balance the sour, taste , Available only from mid-April to mid-June (Northern Hemisphere),pickling or
  19. Years he was being told that writing a detective story would be in the worst of, taste ,given the demand for children's books. He concluded that" the only excuse
  20. Containing cetylpyridinium chloride are also associated with loss of, taste ,sensation and brown discoloration of the teeth. Brands Alexander III of
  21. Alex has a new trio of druids, but he finds he is beginning to outgrow his, taste ,for violence. A chance encounter with Pete, now married and settled down
  22. Americans in their smoking mixtures, known as kinnikinnick, to improve the, taste ,of the barberry leaf. Alder is illustrated in the coat of arms for the
  23. For their houses. Hence, the Rococo style was highly dominated by the feminine, taste ,and influence. Francois Boucher was the 18th century painter and
  24. Is a branch of philosophy dealing with the nature of beauty, art,and, taste , and with the creation and appreciation of) Etymology It is derived from the
  25. Be rich in protein. Although they are reported to have a bitter and unpleasant, taste , they are more useful for survival purposes. The wood of certain alder species
  26. It is white and cooked with tomatoes or tamarind gravy. It has a milky, taste ,and is alkaline. In China, the leaves and stems are used as a stir-fry
  27. Inquiries ", which are: chills and fever; perspiration; appetite, thirst and, taste ,; defecation and urination; pain; sleep; and menses and seborrhea. *Palpation
  28. Both of drawing and of architecture, designed well, and showed considerable, taste ,in the execution of ornamental works. He was greatly attached to his art; and
  29. Observed that many of the most spectacular butterflies had a peculiar odor and, taste , and that he had been told by John Jenner Weir that birds would not eat a
  30. Bourdieu examined how the elite in society define the aesthetic values like, taste ,and how varying levels of exposure to these values can result in variations by
  31. Viewer interpretations of beauty possess two concepts of value: aesthetics and, taste , Aesthetics is the philosophical notion of beauty. Taste is a result of an
  32. Then brewed is boiled and served, as coffee or tea, with milk or sugar to, taste , Other typical drinks include wine (occasionally mixed with carbonated water
  33. Of an acacia tree. The pods are sometimes light green or deep red—both, taste ,the same. Game seeds are about the size of a small Lima bean and are eaten raw
  34. Demonstrated that people don't just eat food, but also words, and that the, taste ,of the former is often outdone by the taste of the latter. " Reception
  35. Me rope and Melissa. Propolis, a hive product also known for its sweet fruity, taste , cures sore throats, and there are many modern proprietary medicines which use
  36. Esters. Acids are used as additives to drinks and foods, as they alter their, taste ,and serve as preservatives. Phosphoric acid, for example, is a component of
  37. The mouth and excrete substances that lead to bad breath and unpleasant mouth, taste , Usage Common use involves rinsing the mouth with about 20ml (2/3 fl oz) of
  38. And engraver whose works are regarded as the perfect expression of French, taste ,in the Rococo period. Trained by his father who was a lace designer, Boucher
  39. In kind and that we should destroy towers in America in order that they, taste ,some of what we taste d and so that they be deterred from killing our women and
  40. Delinquent; he is nonetheless intelligent and quick-witted, with sophisticated, taste ,in music. He is particularly fond of Beethoven, or " Lovely Ludwig Van. " The
  41. Had suspected that the apple could carry a certain death and refused to, taste ,the apple. This was the last time that Tiberius invited Agrippina to his dinner
  42. In Greece are farragoes and Texas (mission) which are known for their sweet, taste ,and premium quality. Because of its quality, it is used as a luxury nut. In the
  43. Alexander the Great were read to him. However, the classics had not refined his, taste , for he was amused by setting itinerant scholars, who swarmed to his court, too
  44. Orlando into jazz (RV 727) was performed. The work was not to the public's, taste , and it closed after a couple of weeks, being replaced with a repeat of a
  45. The aesthetic. Jean-François Leotard re-invokes the Kantian distinction between, taste ,and the sublime. Sublime painting, unlike kitsch realism," ... will enable us
  46. Is increasing, due to the perceived discoloration effects and unpleasant, taste ,of chlorhexidine. Research has also indicated that sesame and sunflower oils as
  47. Response to an inquiry about his presidential intentions, Lincoln said," The, taste ,is in my mouth a little. " 1860 Presidential nomination and election On May
  48. Onwards," scandalous memoirs" by supposed libertines, serving a public, taste ,for titillation, have been frequently published. Typically pseudonymous, they
  49. Second-in-command; and Pete, who mostly plays along as the druids indulge their, taste ,for ultra-violence. Alex is characterized as a sociopath and a hardened
  50. Safety concerns about the process as well as consumer complaints about the, taste ,and smell of beef treated at optimal levels of ammonia. As a stimulant Ammonia

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