strong meat


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strong meat

n
anything arousing fear, anger, repulsion, etc, except among a tolerant or receptive minority: some scenes in the film were strong meat.
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The Tyson deal is a strategic fit for both companies and their coming together will likely create a strong meat company with complementary brands and a consistent earnings stream.
7 tbsp strong meat stock, chicken stock or 1/4 bouillon cube dissolved in 7 tbsp water
That is because a strong meat business--coupled with outstanding customer service, stocking local products, offering competitive Prices and giving back to the community--has enabled Chanatry's Market to maintain a century of service to the upstate Utica, N.
The plot is strong meat for the schoolchildren who study it in droves today, with its triumph of grim reality over initial innocence.
Rudge, instinctively to the right of Whitby on most issues, is undoubtedly strong meat to many Liberal Democrats.
Vs 14: "But strong meat belongeth to them that are of full age, even those who by reason of use have their senses exercised to discern both good and evil.
There is equally strong meat in this tale of boxing trainer Al and his star boxer Danny who has just been selected to represent England in the Commonwealth Games.
The play's ending is a little trite, but if you can stomach strong meat then Cooking with Elvis is a spicy meal to get your teeth into.
An almost wilfully bleak follow-up to the glamorous and hugely-successful Transformer, Reed's record company were duly appalled at his change of direction and it is still strong meat by any standards - rock's answer to Cabaret, perhaps, or Last Exit to Brooklyn.
Once again, the British pavilions are being organised by Food from Britain (FFB) in the International, Beverages, Dairy and Frozen halls and there will be a strong meat contingent showing in the Meat hall.
My lump of steak was tender and, with the thick pat coat was a strong meat flavour which totally satisfied my carnivore leanings.
With such strong meat on the table, many felt that Miami City Ballet's eagerly anticipated return to Edinburgh (with Balanchine's The Nutcracker in its first performances outside the U.