ground provisions


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ground provisions

pl n
(Cookery) Caribbean starchy vegetables, esp root crops and plantains
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The race could, however, cut up as four horses have been declared with ground provisions.
Permits and import licenses are now limited to meat, ground provisions, fruits, vegetables, drugs, firearms, used tires, and two-way radios.
Ground provisions, such as root crops, were planted further afield since they required minimal cultivation.
For example, WIs prepare daily cultural staple foods like yams, breadfruit, sweet potatoes, dasheen, and eddoes cassava to name a few of the ground provisions (tuberous roots) whose chemical compositions are still not fully known.
Will be used to load Yams, Ground Provisions, Sweet Potatoes, etc.
Her diet includes fish, ground provisions, crabs and dumplings.
He explained that large quantities of ground provisions, corn, coffee and vegetables, which are under the sodden ground, would be destroyed as the flood waters recede and the heat of the sun penetrates the farmland.