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conche

(kɒntʃ; kɒŋk)
n
(Cookery) a machine, used during the manufacture of chocolate, which mixes and smooths the chocolate mass
vb (tr)
(Cookery) to use a conche to mix and smooth (chocolate)
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The Conca series was originally designed for Ideal Standard by Master designer Paolo Tilche in 1972, and it had profound impact on the culture of design.
In addition to Conca and Yassin, the players included Sam Shalabi (oud, electric guitar), Alan Bishop (saxophone, vocals), Maurice Louca (keyboards) a trio otherwise known as The Dwarfs of East Agouza as well as Nadah El-Shazly (vocals, keyboard), Khaled Yassine and Michael Zerang on percussion and drums, Christine Kazarian on electric harp, Hans Koch and Martin Kuchen on various saxophones, Radwan Moumneh (buzuq, synthesizer, vocals) and vocalist Ute Wassermann.
Musical duo Raed Yassin and Paed Conca, known popularly as Praed, will bring their take on Arabic popular music with a twist at a concert called Praed Orchestra!
No matter how Congress and stakeholders decide to tackle radioactive waste, Conca explains that there are 3 simple options for how it is disposed: it stays exactly where it is, it's disposed of in a borehole, or the DOE expands the use of massive salt as a deep geologic repository.
Como se ve, el yo lirico le adscribe a la conca encontrada en la playa un caracter doble.
In his report, Conca outlined the deteriorating state of America's nuclear weapons that in October 2013 was highlighted by the departure of a U.S.
Muriqui passed Al-Ahly's defence once more and was face-to-face with Ekramy who saved Muriqui's shot but Argentinean Dario Conca responded to the rebound doubling Guangzhou's lead at the 66 th minute.
And the night got even worse for the J-League side when Muriqui, fed by a clever ball from Conca, held off a marker and buried his shot to make it 3-0.
Guangzhou playmaker Conca (centre) is one of the world's highest-paid players
From our hotel, the Conca Park, you could wend your way down to the port, past the bustling shops, restaurants, bars and street cafes, in a matter of minutes.
Jacob Conca, as "extremely compassionate and trustworthy," a student who shows great care and concern for others.
Examining the links between water and social conflict, Ken Conca ("Decoupling Water and Violent Conflict," Issues, Fall 2012) rightly emphasizes that the greatest risks of large-scale violence stem not from actual scarcity of water but from ineffective, illegitimate, ill-adapted, or even absent institutional arrangements to govern water, and that organizational structures and policy mechanisms that narrowly define the problem as physical water supplies ill-prepare decisionmakers to sustainably manage water resources.