Cervena

Cervena

(ˌsɜːˈvɛnə)
n
(Cookery) trademark
a. a trademarked set of quality standards for farm-produced venison
b. saddle and leg cuts of venison complying with these standards (and officially accredited as such)
[C20: from Latin cer(vidae) deer + ven(ison)]
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The deliverable threshold public service contract is drafting comprehensive land consolidation in the cadastral area of Lower Red Water and cadastral area of Stara Cervena Voda, including the necessary geodetic work in the accuracy class intended for recovery cadastre Decree no.
8), located at the foot of Cervena hora, Guntramovice, Moravia-Silesia, was once again selected for testing object (GPS: 49[degrees] 49' 35.
Bonina, a poet who now lives in Cambridge, has written about the story of her father's brave battle to overcome blindness and the ramifications of the experience on her life in her memoir, "My Father's Eyes,'' which was published in October by Cervena Barva Press.
uk EVENTS TODAY The Squidling Brothers Circus Sideshow This Philadelphia-based travelling show promises a modern take on the traditional American sideshow, with live music and burlesque performances, featuring Cervena Fox.
A comparison of Kurowska's English poems collected in Inclusions (forthcoming from Cervena Barva Press) with her translated poems and their Polish originals may contribute to the understanding of bilingual writing as an aesthetic and cultural phenomenon.
Oficialnim deklarovanym a diskutovanym ukolem bojovych operaci bylo zajistit ochranu civilistu a tato argumentacni linie se tahla jako cervena nit retorikou NATO po celou dobu aliancniho angazma.
Judith Skillman, The White Cypress, Cervena Barva P, 2011
With: Sona Cervena, Jan Mikusek, Prague Philharmonic Children's Choir, Instrumental Ensemble Purpur.
Other courses featured additional North Coast beers; a Foie Gras Torchon was accompanied by the agave nectar-brewed 20th Anniversary Ale while a Cervena Venison Loin was matched with oak-aged Old Rasputin Imperial Stout.
2) Convincing evidence that Hungarian and Czech possess 11 BCTs, while resolving the problem of allegedly two basic terms for 'red' by demonstrating that only one of the two 'red' terms, piros in Hungarian and cervena in Czech, have the basic status.