saltings

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saltings

[ˈsɔːltɪŋz] NPLsaladar msing
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I bade him tell it to me; and he still laughing said, "In the margin, as I told you, this is written: 'This Dulcinea del Toboso so often mentioned in this history, had, they say, the best hand of any woman in all La Mancha for salting pigs.
And then the visitors were taken to the other parts of the building, to see what became of each particle of the waste material that had vanished through the floor; and to the pickling rooms, and the salting rooms, the canning rooms, and the packing rooms, where choice meat was prepared for shipping in refrigerator cars, destined to be eaten in all the four corners of civilization.
An "estanciero" told me that he often had to send large herds of cattle a long journey to a salting establishment, and that the tired beasts were frequently obliged to be killed and skinned; but that he could never persuade the Gauchos to eat of them, and every evening a fresh beast was slaughtered for their suppers
And north we travelled with it, ravaging and destroying, flinging the naked carcasses to the shark and salting down the skins so that they might later adorn the fair shoulders of the women of the cities.
This shouted towards the hatch, where Disko and Tom Platt were salting.
The race started in 1973 when a dare was given to a local resident by a pub landlord challenging him to serve a meal on the saltings of the River Blackwater while wearing a dinner jacket.
In early December 1969 the higher ground within the much-burnt northern edge of this saltings carried Salt Tussock Austrostipa stipoides over Beaded Glasswort Sarcocornia quinqueflora, Thick-headed Glasswort Sarcocornia blackiana, Trailing Hemichroa Hemichroa pentandra and Rounded Noon-flower Disphyma crassifolium subsp.
The site of December 1969, on higher ground just north of the northern edge of the saltings, was checked in late October 2007.
Gwyn Davies, 74, has been watching the tides on the Dwyryd estuary saltings since he was a young boy.
It was later called to The Saltings, where a family of three were reported to be cut off by the incoming tide, although they were not in need of assistance.
Another gimmick HCC are supporting is the feeding of concentrates containing Omega 3 to lambs, hoping they would be worth more, while we have been producing lambs on saltings, which is naturally very high in Omega 3, for a century without a premium.
It is very unfair on the small number of producers of Saltings Lamb (oen y Glasdraeth) that they (MLC and Mr Don Thomas & Co) are promoting all Welsh lamb on our backs because it is unique in taste and texture.