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n.1.(Zool.) A fasciole of a spatangoid sea urchin.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Mexican street foods such as Tijuana-style tacos, cemita sandwiches, Sonoran hot dogs (popular in Arizona and Mexico), and Mexican-inspired milkshakes and fries will be the staples on the menu at Invicto when it opens this month in Naperville.
"You need to have solid egos to keep putting them out there," said Michelle Lozuaway, who owns the newly opened Cemita Shack with her husband and chef, Josh Lanahan.
One of the most popular dishes at Street is the Cemita, a Mexican sandwich that comes with juicy fried chicken thigh or veggie burger, avocado, Mexican fried cheese, cilantro, chipotle mayo and pickled onion on a sesame seed bun.
$$$; closed Sun-Mon; CEMITAS POBLANAS ELVIRITA / peerless cemita de milanesa: a Puebla-styte sandwich of thinly pounded fried beef avocado, chipotle chiles, and hand-shredded string cheese on a sesame-seed roll.
En Santafe se consumia generalmente el "pan de la tierra" o "pan bajo" (tambien de consumo en tiempo de escasez triguera), que contenia maiz o mezcla de trigo y maiz; una tercera clase era el "pan de cemita" (acemite) (20).
* In 1937, Marcos Savon, Argentine Consul in Gdynia, Poland, sent several notes to Consul Carlos Saavedra Lamas under the title "Cemita problem." In the note of July 14, 1937, on the eve of the Nazi invasion, Savon wrote: "The attacks on people and Jewish property continue ...