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Organization of the World Cup series in 3 gymnastics disciplines, the FIG Rhythmic Gymnastics Intercontinental and International Judges' Courses, the FIG Artistic Gymnastics International Judges' Course and the FIG Council Meeting by our federation at the high level in 2017, as well as due observance of all registration deadlines for FIG International competitions in 6 gymnastics disciplines and active participation in these events were highly valued by the FIG, and AGF was honoured with the first place of the ranking.
Just try a dollop of fig jam over vanilla ice cream for a heavenly dessert
A trader Aslam Javed said, Fig is an important fruit crop in many countries including Pakistan because of its various uses and Fig has not only internal demand but also has export value.
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OCCURRENCE IN THE MARITIME PROVINCES: New Brunswick Museum collection: NBMG 3423 (Saint John--specimen described and figured as Annularia longifolia mutation Leavittii in Matthew 1906a and 1906b --see Fig.
Even within the realm of figs, you can play about with the spices and supplement the fig with any soft fruit, as long as it's not too watery.
So in tribute to a number of things - my father for being a true Jordanian Bedouin who loves his figs, my husband for whom a good fig really is the mark of a good night out and (strangely) Raiders of the Lost Ark, the film that gave Mark his passion for all things Middle Eastern (including me I guess) - my fig clafoutis is dedicated to the two fig lovers in my life.
And the roll they filled with fig was at the epicentre of that intense experience.
As Fig grows from six years old to an adult, she deals with her mother's illness in both healthy and unhealthy ways.
1 FIGS have the highest dietary fibre content of any common fruit, nut or vegetable 2 THEY come from the ficus tree, one of the world's oldest trees, and are mentioned in the Bible.
The fig fruit has great texture and taste with smooth skin crunchy edible seeds and delicious chewy flesh.
Until becoming a cook for a living, I never really 'noticed' the fig in any great way - it was just the strangely crunchy brown paste inside my elevenses biscuit.