cremini

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cre·mi·ni

or cri·mi·ni  (krə-mē′nē)
n. pl. cre·mi·nis
An immature, brown form of the common cultivated mushroom (Agaricus bisporus), having a rounded cap.

[Italian.]

cremini

(krəˈmiːnɪ)
n
(Plants) a variety of edible mushroom, Agaricus bisporus. Also called: crimini or portobello
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Ideo, domni, coram stryga demonstrata, crimine patente, intentione criminis existente, in nornine sanctoe ecclesioe Nostroe- Domince Parisiensis quoe est in saisina habendi omnimodam altam et bassam justitiam in illa hac intemerata Civitatis insula, tenore proesentium declaremus nos requirere, primo, aliquamdam pecuniariam indemnitatem; secundo, amendationem honorabilem ante portalium maximum Nostroe-Dominoe, ecclesioe cathedralis; tertio, sententiani in virtute cujus ista styrga cum sua capella, seu in trivio vulgariter dicto
One of the most familiar of mushrooms, criminis are simply older versions of common white button mushrooms.
Button mushrooms, criminis, and portabellas all convert UV-B rays into vitamin D2.
criminis ultorem dum criminis amputat auctor 22 et thalami uindex thalamo (16) spectante necatur, ante toros iacet ille tori genialis amator.
206) On the initiation of the criminal process by the filing of the notitia criminis, see GIMENO SENDRA, supra note 171, at 206.
The original reads: Porro iuramentum non ob hoc fuisse institutum invenitur, ut esse vinculum iniquitatis, vel matricidi, vel fratricidi, seu cujuscunque criminis.
Market testing is needed to determine whether consumers would find the browning unattractive when informed of the nutrient value of mushrooms exposed to UVB light or whether mushrooms optimized for vitamin D would be a specialty product or limited to Criminis and Portabellas where the browning might not be that noticeable.
The Penn State researchers found that among the most commonly consumed mushrooms, portabellas and criminis have the most ergothioneine, followed closely by the white buttons.
1, 297: "Ut autem diabolicae machinationis argumenta non lateant, sed quae in officina veteris malitiae inter suos secretarios fabricat, in lucem me pallificante procedant, illud absconsum iri non patior, quod quidam huius veneno criminis satiati, dum quasi ad cot redeunt, ne reatus ad aliorum notitiam prodeat, inter se invicem confitentur et, dum hominum faciem erubescunt, qui reatus auctores existunt, ipsi iudices fiunt et indiscretam indulgentiam, quam sin quisque affectat impendi, gaudet alteri vicaria permutatione largiri.
I devote myself to the absorption of nature generally" (Corr 583), and in April 1861, he wrote Parker Pillsbury, "As for my prospective reader, I hope that he ignores Fort Sumpter & Old Abe, & all that, for that is just the most fatal and indeed the only fatal, weapon you can direct against evil ever; for as long as you know of it, you are particeps criminis.
Propter primi peccatum hominis generalis tormentum criminis iam sensisti.
6 saevire volgus interdum et facti verisimilitudine ad criminis credulitatem impelli; see GCA 2, 365).