Carved from a calabash
gourd, the cat was decorated with patterns burned into its surface.
One thing led to another and here we are with Calabash
Cove all set to return.
warned the 52-year-old in traditional African garb, who stood a smaller male calabash
fetish by her side "to calm her down a little.
Group 1 served as the control and the animals received distilled water, while Groups 2 and 3 were treated by oral gavage with 40 mg/kg of non-salted (NSCC) and salted calabash
chalk (SCC), respectively, for 14 days.
Their opening game against Mexico will take place in front of 90,000 people, and millions worldwide, in the Soccer City stadium in Johannesburg, which resembles a calabash
or African pot.
The remedy also may be called calabash
chalk, calabar stone, la craie, argile, or mabele.
equatorial, despotic whether you do , whether you don't, dead in fact, if you do , if you don't , suppose for the moment, which is all it takes, an envelope is passed from one supreme calabash
to the next, in a musical rendition now showing its teeth like the piano swallowed by seawater, actually seawater is pouring from the tap, it's as if the day's events have caught up with us, the planet involved with its own laughter like sodium feldspar in granite.
Nzu, a traditional remedy for morning sickness, is sold at African specialty stores and is also called Calabash
clay, Calabar stone, Mabele, Argile, and La Craie.
and Lisa Ahearn of Worcester MA; a son, Robert Hoaglund and his wife Tracy of Concord MA; a brother, Bruce Bowden of Calabash
, NC; 5 grandchildren: Robbie, Amy and Nathan Hoaglund and Julia and Anne Meiliu Schmidt Hoaglund; a nephew, several nieces and many family members.
It should be noted here that Thomas Glave confronted the Jamaican government for the homophobic remarks pronounced by Prime Minister Bruce Golding during the Calabash
Literary Festival of 2008 held in the Caribbean island.
Now, planning your own spectacular dream wedding in this idyllic location is possible Eoe1/4" at Calabash
We grow peanuts, corn, tomatoes, onions, and calabash
(a vegetable--that, when dried, can be used to hold water like a bottle).