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garoupa

(ɡəˈruːpə)
n
(Cookery) (in Chinese and SE Asian cookery) another name for groper
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Along with the Great Glory Yu Sheng salad, invited guests were served with an auspicious set dinner which includes a Divine Combination Platter, Eight Treasure Fish Maw, Shredded Sea Abalone Soup, Deep Fried Crispy Taro Shrimp with Honey Plum Sauce and Scallop and Wasabi Sauce, Roasted Pecking Duck in 2-way Course, Steamed Live Garoupa in Crushed Soybean, Stewed Home-style Pork Knuckle with Flower Mushroom and Sea Cucumber, 'Patatim Style', Poached Tangyuan, and Pan-fried Niangao.
This festive season, the airline will be offering special New Year dishes such as the traditional Yee Sang, Steamed Garoupa with Dried Scallop Sauce, Stir-fried lotus root with mixed vegetables, signifying prosperity.
Skill and cooking accuracy were also displayed with the steamed garoupa, preserving the precious oils of the fish that tenderly flaked with its white delicate flesh swimming in a sauce of soy and superior stock.
For Cucina, however, he substitutes garoupa or lapu lapu fillet.
Professors McAdams, Dharmapala, and Garoupa hypothesize that police officers "self-select" into their occupation in part because they have "more intensely punitive preferences than those who select into other government jobs.
This framework has been used extensively in the literature, sometimes with a disclaimer that the concept of efficient rape or hate crimes may be distasteful and unappealing (see Dharmalapala and Garoupa 2004, who examine hate crimes).
93) In fact, Nuno Garoupa and Carlos Gomez Liguerre have demonstrated that "the common law adjusts to local determinants that vary across the world, therefore producing different doctrines and legal outcomes.
See Nuno Garoupa & Tom Ginsburg, Judicial Audiences and Reputation: Perspectives from Comparative Law, 47 COLUM.
McAdams, Dhammika Dharmapala & Nuno Garoupa, The Law of Police, 82 U.
that common law ought to maximize social wealth) seem to lack sound theoretical foundations (Hadfield, 1992; Garoupa & Gomez, 2011).