maccaroni


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maccaroni

(ˌmækəˈrəʊnɪ)
n, pl -nis or -nies
1. (Cookery) a variant spelling of macaroni
2. (Historical Terms) a variant spelling of macaroni
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Sea fowls are pecking at the small crabs, shell-fish, and other sea candies and maccaroni, which the Right Whale sometimes carries on his pestilent back.
Venice Preserved too,' said she, 'I think you have been there is it well or ill preserved for people differ so and Maccaroni if they really eat it like the conjurors why not cut it shorter, you are acquainted Arthur--dear Doyce and Clennam at least not dear and most assuredly not Doyce for I have not the pleasure but pray excuse me--acquainted I believe with Mantua what has it got to do with Mantua-making for I never have been able to conceive?
Did you know me better," returned the count, smiling, "you would not give one thought of such a thing for a traveller like myself, who has successively lived on maccaroni at Naples, polenta at Milan, olla podrida at Valencia, pilau at Constantinople, karrick in India, and swallows' nests in China.
weekend Butter priced at DJs in attendance include Goldierocks, Pressure Sound Wales (who have been collecting high grade vinyl for over 20 years, and been running nights for 10 years playing Dub to Dancehall), Stevie Bear, Hi Def Sound System (specialising in DJ based nights focusing on Hip Hop, Drum n Bass and Reggae), Caribbean mashup vibes from Ennio Maccaroni, and the delightfully named DJ Fflyffilyfbybl.
The Province of Khuzestan has a wide array of local delicacies such as Aash Dowa, Kaleh Pacheh, Koofteh Berenji, Panirak, Baqala, Sa'din, Hamis Tooleh, Samosa, Siloon Va Ardeh, Toochiri, Hashow, Doroshteh, Sholeh Ardeh, Maccaroni with carrot, Qolqol, Meat Roles, Chalpateh, Mahbooseh, Meat bread, Dandro, Hariseh, Omlet, Khoresht Bamiyeh, Khoresht Shalqam, Nesha', She'riyeh, Ma'saleh Date, a variety of curries, local bread and pickles.
16) On the other hand, "An Account of the Maccaroni," published with a satiric illustration in the London Magazine, presents the figure "in the style of a Naturalist" and concludes that, for all his absurdity, he is "harmless .
Sea fowls are pecking at the small crabs, shell-fish, and other sea candies and maccaroni, which the Right Whale sometimes carries on his pestilent back.