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collard

[′käl·ərd]
(botany)
Brassica oleracea var. acephala. A biennial crucifer of the order Capparales grown for its rosette of edible leaves.
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Morgan and Edward Davis of Emory and Henry College--to search for collard seeds in North and South Carolina.
We still have to have a sit-down with the city attorney, and so I think once we do that, we will throw the (celebration) party," said Ann Collard, 35.
Collard told investigators he remembers little about either incident because he drinks heavily, according to a police report and court records.
Collard understood that there are days when the least among us is just a small child wanting to ride a bicycle.
With the complex parts we use, some have more than 1,000 measurement points," Collard said.
Fried chicken, black-eyed peas, collard greens, wonderful coconut cake.
In their paper, "The Great Inflation of the 1970s," Collard and Dellas evaluate three alternative explanations of the loose policy of the 1970s:
To be part of the new technology development on such a key launch program is very significant to us and underpins the true value of our tools," said Philippe Collard, President and CEO of eNGENUITY Technologies Inc.
And, then make your way to Philadelphia at Delilah Winder's Bluezette (246 Market Street, 215-627-3866) for downhome Southern fried chicken and some can't-miss collard greens.
For the collard greens, preheat the fryer to 365 degrees.
In addition, Collard stated that "most small businesses are less likely to learn about an ID theft and data breach event until a significant amount of time has passed.