rillet

rill·et

 (rĭl′ĭt)
n.
A small rill.

rillet

(ˈrɪlɪt)
n
(Physical Geography) a little rill
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Their top recommendations includeGarangChilli Wings,Chilli Crab Rillet with deep fried mini mantou, and Crispy Pork Jowl, which are grilled on a traditional Spanish Mibrasa charcoal oven to bring out bold flavors and served best with a bowl of spicy Garang Rice.
The earliest reference to Breath holding spells, then referred to as infantile form of temper tantrums or infantile syncope was made by Rillet and Barthezin in 1843, and by Meigsin in 1848.
First, a pearly white, unrelieved, then a trace of faint darkness here and there, and finally, the fine neatly printed equations in black, with an occasional red hairline that wavered through the darker forest like a staggering rillet" (Second Foundation 111).