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carby

(ˈkɑːbɪ)
n, pl -bies
(Automotive Engineering) informal Austral short for carburettor
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She explained it is possible to reduce this by keeping blood sugar balanced during the day, and having a slice of brown toast or another carby snack before bed.
We've seen the likes of Ashley Graham pull a gym sled through the streets of New York and Emily Ratajkowski cover herself in the carby goodness of pasta.
From the partying in Bute Park to dancing on the sofas in Pulse to bumping into every single one of your exes at the Churchill Way party, before getting a carby nightcap from Chippy Lane - there's a lot of fun on the agenda today, so keep your energy up
Scientists know beta cells sense the increase in glucose in our bodies post sweet treat or carby meal.
Grating cheese on top of your noodles intensifies the saltiness of the carby noodles and adds just that little more flavour.
Put simply, it wins its classBest Luxury Carby a knockout rather than on points, and that's why it takes the overall crown.
Mentor Jake Carby added Its fantastic that another group of talented apprentices has gained the industry skills and qualifications to lead them into a long-term career.
That proved their sole success, Marvarick Perry keeping Carby Dawkins company as the opener finished unbeaten on 101 to wrap up maximum points at 185-1 from 31.
The Festival Chorus and Orchestra will take their bow on September 19, with David Murray conducting a performance of Mendelssohn's Elijah with soloists Laura Mitchell, Cartherine Carby, Ross Scanlon and Adrian Clarke.
Catherine Carby was a dark-voiced, passionate Brangane; Stuart Pendred a suave, honey-tongued Kurwenal and Frode Olsen, tall and eerily pale of voice, an otherworldly King Marke.
Although it is unlikely that the volume will inaugurate a rediscovery of Walrond comparable in scale to what Hazel Carby (2000:118) referred to as the "veritable industry" of Hurston criticism that was generated in the wake of Walker's essay, the collection is a laudable achievement that does much to recover the facts of Walrond's life and work and explain his significance to several important strands of contemporary black discourse.
Antonio Gramsci's motto "pessimism of the intellect, optimism of the will" was Hall's modus operandi at all times, and this outlook, in turn, inspired the critical scholarship of Paul Gilroy, Hazel Carby, David Scott, and countless others.