95, Ultracomida) is a blend of a great wodge
of tempranillo sprinkled with some graciano and garnacha that has been aged for 20 months in a mix of French and American oak.
He said, 'with a great wodge
of money under my pillow'.
A cannoli (or cannolo, if we aren't to incur the wrath of the plural police) and a wodge
of lemon and pine-nut tart were merely pleasant.
I pulled a wodge
off with trepidation as cooked fowl gives Carb Boy a flashback to his nursing course and prompts a bacteria lecture.
But they usually take a wodge
of commission on top of poor rates.
Indeed, I began searching for another wodge
of similar dimensions, which could bestow the same benefit on the second foot.
Elsewhere, Gretna 2008 made it two wins in a row with a 3-1 victory over Vale of Leithen thanks to goals from Iain Anderson, Dan Wodge
and Jack Smith.
Although we understand that councils are struggling with budget cuts--and it must be difficult to reject a huge wodge
of cash coming their way--the lack of longer-term thinking is a real concern for a city desirous of maintaining its status as a cultural capital.
She's the social media entrepreneur with the dating game app that's totally over Lord Sugar's head, but which he knows could make him a massive wodge
Marriages break-up, lives collapse, and moral compasses go skewiff at the slightest sniff of a suitcase filled with wodge
The flavour of the walnut is excellent for cooking, whether it's chopped into a game stuffing, sauteed with mushrooms with a wodge
of pork, or elevating cakes and pastries with its seductive soft bite.
The Job Centre hands you a great big wodge