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farl

(fɑːl) or

farle

n
(Cookery) a thin cake of oatmeal, often triangular in shape
[C18: from earlier fardel fourth part, from Old English fēortha fourth + Middle English del part]
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Scott Farl a BIM technician with Fawley Bryant Architecture, has been competing for years with this three dogs.
PESHAWAR -- A delegation of United Nations Development Program (UNDP) called on Director Human Resource KP Mohammad Farl Saqlain here on Friday and discussed with him in depth matters relating to human rights in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
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Am ryw reswm eleni maen nhw wedi penderfynu clwydo dros nos yng Nghors Farl ar gyrion y pentref yn hytrach nag ymhellach draw yng Nghors Bodeilio.
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Midkiffotid RB, Boykin MW, Mc Farl and DR, Bauman JA.
The review of abundant literature, dominated by American and English studies, on property tax allows for the formulation of the conclusion that unanimity concerning basic property tax issues has not been achieved so farl.
4 slices Rankin Selection Brown Soda Bread 6 tbsp cottage cheese 4 ready-to-eat dates, stones removed and chopped 8 pecan nuts, lightly toasted and chopped 2 tsp clear honey Method These are so simple but so tasty and easy to prepare for a few friends round for lunch or to Smoked salmon and chive cream on potato farl bites Serves 4 as a canape Ingredients 4 Rankin Selection Potato Farls 175g (6oz) smoked salmon slices 100g (4oz) double cream, well chilled 1 tsp creamed horseradish 2 tbsp snipped fresh chives Freshly ground black pepper Method Dice the smoked salmon and place in a make loads of them for a party.
James Farl Powers was born in Jacksonville, Illinois, in 1917.
Related are also Slavic *bajatl, Germanic *bo-n-l(n-), Latin farl for 'to speak', facundus for 'experienced in speaking', and fatum for 'spell of destiny', Proto-Indo-European *wod- has the meanings 'to speak', 'to sing', and 'to scold'.