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delice

(dɪˈliːs)
n
archaic a delicacy; a pleasure
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I was sorry enough for him to feel that if he had suddenly taken me by the throat and strangled me slowly, avec delices, I could forgive him while I choked.
Delice Holding Group has published its consolidated financial statements for the year ended December 31, 2018, such that they will be submitted to the approval of the Ordinary Shareholders' Meeting to be held on June 20, 2019.
Raspberries Christmas Day might be over but with 2019 around the corner this recipe for dark chocolate delice is simple, delicious, and can easily grace the New Year's Day table.
France Delice Cafe, a French concept bakery and pastry shop at Medina Centrale in The Pearl-Qatar is in great demand for its novel concepts and items.
Food and drinks from Paris Delice, Kape Tayo, and Elait will be served.
The dessert menu will include chocolate delice cherry caramel and evaporated milk, as well as Mandarin iced parfait.
6 FINISH ON A HIGH A delice is one cheese that people will be coming up to you in February saying, 'Ah, what was that one we had at your house?' This is Marks & Spencer Delice Aux Raisins, PS6, and it's rolled in Marc de Bourgogne-soaked raisins.
The Yoku Moku collection offers a wide range of signature delicate cookies including Cigar, Bateau de macadamia, Double chocolat au lait; assortments such as the Double delice, cinq delices, grand cinq delices; and seasonal products that include Eid gifts, Christmas gifts and Valentine treats.
Jalel Ghayaza, founder and president of chocolate confectionary brand Delice, said there is not much demand for organic chocolates in the UAE.
Dubai-based luxury chocolate and confectionery brand Delice has been launch at the most exclusive Chocolate Room in the world at Harrods' London.