cuit


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cuit

(kuːt)
n
(Anatomy) dialect Scot the ankle
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Souvent cuits sous forme de met (49,6 % de la consommation) aux crosses de fougeres (ou de Xanthosoma, ou de Dinophora spenneroides substitut de l'Hibiscus sabdariffa...), ils etaient plus consommes que les feuilles de manioc.
"The money that's spent is not money wasWe have to work with the Cuit of Wales to take the ject forward.
The French cafe Bien Cuit is her spot of choice for a daytime pick-me-up.
Laura Gregory, chief exec- utive and founder of GreatGuns and president of the film craft jury, says: "Craft is one of the toughest categories on the awards cir- cuit. You are always mindful of the core idea, but the unique element of execution is what we are here to award.
Those "things" are every thing from a computer's cen tral pro cessing unit and a printed cir cuit board to the glass and metal fil a ment in a light bulb.
Our sailors joined this cirA[degrees] cuit with one objective -- to win -- and they knew that achieving their goal wasn't going to be easy, especially with an impresA[degrees] sive lineA[degrees]up of experienced competitors.
Prince launched the first chocolate filled biscuit bar in Pakistan, with vanilla and chocolate bis- cuit center filled with chocolate.
Although Sta entertainer took remained a "fier firmly fixed root "Stan was, by top billing on the cuit throughout joys was seeing theatre posters, to see how his n ple who becam later, like Morc regarded by all mentor.
Si le pain est trop cuit, racorni ou juste non croustillant, c'est toujours de sa faute, parce qu'il n'a pas respecte les "consignes" des temps de levee, qui sont le plus souvent variables suivant la qualite de la farine et surtout de la temperature ambiante.
Christian Brothers Investment Services (CBIS) has introduced the CUIT Opportunistic Bond Fund (OBF).