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The blackened hillside following the grass fire near Tongwynlais, CardiffROB BROWNE
The blackening itself is not volitional, the desires and views of the bride are not taken into consideration, so some brides are given old clothes to change into, some are dressed as parody brides, and yet others are blackened in the clothes they are captured in.
Allow the aubergines to cool, then discard the blackened skin and roughly chop the flesh.
Blackened seafood, including fish and shellfish, should be black in color but not burned.
butter, and then sprinkle each filet liberally with blackened seasoning.
On March 3, Abbott said the media conference was "overdramatic" and that the day has blackened the reputation of Australian sport.
Yup, we were a Little shocked ourselves, but this was by far the fanciest grouper sandwich of the bunch, served blackened and topped with Key lime mustard, avocado and fresh Lettuce and tomato.
Yoga guru Ramdev was on Saturday attacked by a man who threw black ink on his face at a Press conference he was addressing on his plans to campaign against black money in the coming assembly elections Ramdev's left eye was blackened.
Ursula von Rydingsvard's Blackened Word, 2008, an enormous, rippling accumulation of cedar and graphite, brings to mind the ruins of Angkor Wat as they appear in the final scene of Wong Kar-wai's 2000 film, In the Mood for Love, which finds the heartbroken hero whispering something into a crack in a decaying wall, seeming almost to want to hide in it.
9 (ANI): A Turkish television reporter blackened himself before presenting a news item on President Barack Obama.
Summary: School pupils have been shown images of blackened lungs in an attempt to put them off cigarettes.
1 : to make or become dark or black <The storm blackened the sky.