left-overs

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left-overs

[ˈlɛftˌəuvəz] nplavanzi mpl
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After the meeting, the body endorsed the total ban on the entry of live hogs and pork meat products and the prohibition on swine feeding on human food left-overs as well as putting in place safeguards against the animal disease.
One of the reasons is that most teams are coached by clueless left-overs from the men's game rather than by the best female coaches."
We are seasoned protesters, most of us are the left-overs from the trade union movement that went on strike not days off, we are the people that fought on the streets, manned the barricades and gridlocked Saltley Gate.
class="MsoNormalLEFT-OVERS class="MsoNormalHe said his wife mixed the Wednesday night left-overs with fresh vegetables as she prepared lunch for the family.
Many human foods are starchy and high in calories, such as dinner left-overs. Also if they eat only human ingredients they may not get the required balance of minerals and vitamins.
22 which prohibits the use of catering food wastes or left-overs from international and domestic airports and seaports as swine feed.
Once established, the charity society would also collect extra food from restaurants and bakeries, as well as left-overs from big ceremonies and distribute them in a hygienic way to needy people.
Rotting apples are a particular magnet but flies also zone in on ripened fruit and veg, while the dregs of liquid left-overs can be just as appealing.
By planning ahead, shopping carefully, using value cuts, cooking seasonally and making the most of left-overs, James Beard Award-Winning food writer Diana Henry shows that less can be more and flavor still plentiful.
There is still a North/South divide within the North-east and has been for a long time, with Middlesbrough getting the left-overs.
The Moseley-Cov derby may not be the England trial it once was, or an occasion to wrap up warm and escape the turkey and plum pudding left-overs, but to those who were brought up on the rivalry it is no less significant now than it was in the days of Duckham and Horton or Jeavons and Brain.
As to Mr Corbyn having a 'mandate of an overwhelming number of people who elected him leader', I'm afraid that the few hundred thousand PS3 boys and girls and left-overs of the Socialist Workers Party from London pale into insignificance compared to the millions represented by Labour MPs who have rejected this man.