References in periodicals archive ?
A sweet tooth is something to watch out for until then, and takes on something that has the potential to be a little bitterer as money moves front and centre.
Although blackberries look identical to black raspberries, the larger, bitterer blackberry is the superior superfruit, as it has more antioxidants.
The political parallelism has also been further exacerbated by a growing ideological and political polarization since the 1990s: "the debate in the press in recent years has been tougher and bitterer than it was before, especially since the later years of Felipe Gonzalez".
But such memories will be bitterer this year as their Paramount Chief Kuol Deng has been assassinated not by any other person but by Bashir.
Bitterer tears, however, will flow over them, than were ever shed over the monuments of Roman or Grecian art; for they will be the remnants of a more glorious edifice than Greece or Rome ever saw, the edifice of constitutional American liberty.
in the bowl distill a word most bitter, marah, a word bitterer still, mar, Now polish the crucible and set the jet of flame under, til marah-mar are melted, fuse and join and change and alter, mer, mere, m6re, mater, Maia, Mary, ...
In a side note Lewis suggests that store-bought greens might require some form of sweetening, since they tend to be bitterer than what you can grow at home.
(79.) Meyer-Blazejewska E, Kruse F, Bitterer K, Meyer C, Hofmann-Rummelt C, Wunsch P, Schlotzer-Schrebardt S.
"The immediate future of the BI landscape is one of a disconnect between marketing hype about pressing challenges on the one hand and reality on the other," said Andreas Bitterer, research vice president at Gartner.
In a speech at the founding ceremony, Adler pronounced: "There have been no direr wars than religious wars, no bitterer hates than religious hates, no fiendish cruelty like religious cruelty ...
In any case, the "Entsundigung" ritual disturbs Felix's sleep: "er erwachte manchmal mit Tranen bitterer Begierde und erinnerte sich schambesturzt, dass er im Traum Butts Korper betastet habe." In the wake of the dream, Felix imagines a laundry list of what separates him from the others, whom he imagines as "ein Wesen [...], dessen Schwere nichts aufruttelte, kein Ehrgeiz, kein Verantwortlichkeitssinn, weder die Not der selbstgeschaffenen Pflichten noch die jener Seltsamkeiten, die sich nicht gestehen liessen" (282).
Far from the Italian land I lie, far from my country Tarentum, and this is bitterer to me than death.