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Parched corn offers yet another scrumptious way to eat unsweet grain coin.
"I DO not WANT to GO TO priSON." Short and unsweet, it must be Pacino's worst ever performance.
Nonetheless, there are few known compounds that induce a preference for unsweet ened alcohol solutions over water in laboratory animals.
Until someone invents a smart ball-thing to target unsweet spots.
Deputy Prime Minister John Prescott's visit to Leamington was short, sharp and unsweet. He disappeared into a vocal sea of Socialist Alliance protestors within seconds of stepping off his battlebus.
SURPRISINGLY unsweet, given its coconut flavouring, but perfectly palatable nonetheless.
Taro varieties are divided into two types: 'sweet' (min iman) and 'unsweet' (wy iman), reflecting received opinion of the tastier varieties.
Or life is unsweet? Catullus' devotion is virtually the same as Laodamia's, But we cannot say that the two descriptions are exactly the same.
When determinate cognition, begotten of curiosity, forgets or denies its origin in these parents, it becomes an ungrateful child, at times begetting some unsweet issue of its own.(4)
Says Enloe, "if masculinity 'in the raw' were sufficient, there would be little need for the sweat, blisters, and humiliations of basic training." If femininity were a cup of sweet natural nectar to be preserved from alien ideologies, why was militarization in Central America and the Caribbean accompanied by efforts to bring women into the low-paid, underprotected, decidedly unsweet sweatshops of foreign companies?
This would be my home unsweet home for the next 22 months.
The band proceeded to do a mashup of the BDSM track 'Be Mean' and Lenny Kravitz's 'American Woman,' followed by 'Pay My Rent' (complete with paper money confetti) and 'Unsweet.'