German sausage


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a polony, or gut stuffed with meat partly cooked.

See also: German

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I knew a couple of elderly spinsters once who had a sort of German sausage on legs which they called a dog between them.
You can't tell whether you are eating apple-pie or German sausage, or strawberries and cream.
Snagsby are touched up with a wet cloth, the best tea-service is set forth, and there is excellent provision made of dainty new bread, crusty twists, cool fresh butter, thin slices of ham, tongue, and German sausage, and delicate little rows of anchovies nestling in parsley, not to mention new-laid eggs, to be brought up warm in a napkin, and hot buttered toast.
In a tight sky-blue suit that made his arms and legs like German sausages, or roly-poly puddings, he was the merriest and most miserable of all the boys.
Shoppers will be able to buy unusual presents from Russian dolls to French berets, and sample Dutch pancakes and German sausage.
So when told in no uncertain terms that he's less fruit cake and more German sausage, he says woefully: "They don't go together terribly well."
Equally big servings of traditional German sausage were probably Die Wurst of it apart from the hangovers.
I love German sausage," she giggles, to Berti's horror.
At a meeting called in Bonn to implement the recall in Germany, representatives of the German sausage industry declared their 'full readiness' to recall suspect products also internationally, according to German Health Ministry spokeswoman Andrea Josefini.
Something that could solve the quandary of what to do with a large German sausage.
Entrance blocked by farmers burning tyres who've heard we're selling German sausage in canteen.
The biggest insult was when the cartoonists turned them into the famous German sausage, the Bratwurst."