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souse

Falconry of hawks or falcons
a sudden downward swoop

corbel

corbel, 2
brick wall having a corbel, 1
1. In masonry, a projection or one of a series of projections, each stepped progressively outward with increasing height, and usually projecting from a wall or chimney; serves as a support for an overhanging member or course, 1 above, or as a purely decorative element.
2. A projecting stone that supports a superincumbent weight.
3. A heavy bracket, often decorated, that is set into an adobe wall to act as a bearing surface to support a roof beam.
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FESTIVE FOOD: While turkey is out in our house, it's still a more tempting prospect than Czech fried carp (above) or Swedish head cheese (below)
To serve: Slice head cheese into four 1 -inch-thick slices.
The brand name will be split into two lines, while the image of head cheese grader Kevin Beer is also included on-pack.
Also on the plate is a square of rich duck liver pate, slivers of dark bresaola, head cheese, olives and a little crock of grain mustard.
Michael Scott, head cheese steward at Market of Choice, says freezing cheese will almost always cause the texture to turn grainy.
Licensee Garth Jukes started producing two varieties of King's Head cheese - Cheshire with chives, and Cheddar - both featuring the pub's branding, two months ago.