Tavel


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Tavel

(tɑːˈvɛl)
n
(Brewing) a fine rosé wine produced in the Rhône valley near the small town of Tavel in S France
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The 2016 Domaine Pelaquie Tavel ($40 a bottle) is a cinsault and grenache blend with notes of candied cherries and dried roses and a weighty texture balanced by juicy acidity.
Whereas, we found the average time stamp difference for left camera, TaveL is equal to 40.
Currently, residents of Sector G-13 tavel upto Toll Plaza, with an additional 3-km journey on daily basis.
And if you pay cash I'll throw in a tavel rug and a roof rack'
Morton Tavel took the colonel's notes and expanded them into a short book to share the wartime experiences with a larger audience.
I normally carry a Tavel and a rose of cabernet sauvignon from California with a medium to fullish body.
Tavel says his CRM app (he did not disclose the vendor) also prioritizes meetings and shares his calendar with an office manager, enabling the assistant to schedule appointments on his behalf.
One of them, Ronald Tavel, who had been Andy Warhol's screenwriter, summed up in a few words the premise behind the Ridiculous: "We have moved beyond the absurd.
Such mannerisms were kale and q ui-noa to Rica rd's ongoing theater of the ridiculous--think Ronald Tavel, Charles Ludlam, Jack Smith, the Cockettes, Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo, Divine.
As mentioned earlier, there is no clear consensus on a general definition of a biomarker, and in many cases, there is even greater ambiguity as to which biomarker should be used to assess a particular health condition, leading one to question whether a given biomarker actually measures what it claims (Strimbu & Tavel, 2010).
We might have been sitting on a mossy bank dangling our feet in the Irati River that runs through the giant virgin forest north of Pamplona in the Basque country, barely inhabited since the time of the Druids; or we could have been leaning against the trunk of the Pembroke Coral, as Ernest named his Spanish rental car, while we sipped cool Tavel rose and ate fresh baguette with hunks of the local cheese and circles of Bermuda onions while we breathed in the Provencal landscape Cezanne has immortalized on his canvases.