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Dummling answered: 'I have only cinder-cake and sour beer; if that pleases you, we will sit down and eat.
And so they reminiscenced and drowned their hunger in the raw, sour wine.
Had it not been for her theories about dark eyes and Italian character, I should never have wet my lips with the sour, bitter wine.
The new Daisy Squeeze Sour Cream package is a patented design that uses a flexible foil material fixed to a cap -- a first for the industry.
US*1 Sour Mash Whiskey is made according to the traditional sour mash process where some previously fermented mash is used as the starter for the new mash fermentation.
There is a heavy aroma of lemon and sour fruit in the aroma.
The brewery's La Folie is a wood-aged, sour brown that spends one to three years in foeders.
Sweet and Sour Power (The Witches of Danarobbeth)" is a clever, colorfully illustrated fantasy nature tale about a mythical battle of smells between the Sweets, or sweet flower witches who loved creating flower perfumes and the Sours, or stinky green witches who loved stinkweed and other noxious smelling weeds.
Mastering the technology to develop sour gas is very important because nearly 40% of the world's gas reserves contain high levels of carbon dioxide (CO2) and hydrogen sulphide (H2S).
The relegation battle this season will almost certainly be in the hands of Salam Sour, who not only sit one place above the relegation zone but also play three of the league's bottom teams -- Sporting Tripoli, Ahli Sidon and Tadamoun Sour -- in the next three rounds.
Project status Adnoc is considering to develop three sour gas reservoirs -- at the offshore Hail field and the onshore Bab and Shah fields.