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meat, fish, fowl, fruit, or vegetables baked with a crust of pastry, or pastry shells filled with custard or pudding. The pies of the Romans, especially at banquets in the days of the empire, were often elaborate concoctions, such as the showpieces in which were enclosed
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He brought the house down at Barnet with a blistering free-kick and added another at Underhill for good measure before making mincemeat of minnows Maribor on Wednesday.
The action, filmed almost entirely inside the garage of their neo-Victorian house in Chatsworth, opens with the robot colossus towering over a Mojave Desert landscape, making mincemeat out of an army of F-14 fighters and M1-Abrams battle tanks.
Chop-socky in Paris with Jet Li making mincemeat of bent cops and making time with Bridget Fonda.
In the event he returned only sixth of the 13, but stepped up on that first run when making mincemeat of his rivals in a similar event at Redcar two months later.
THE wheels of the Llanelli bus have well and truly come off in the past few weeks, and the Ospreys have a decent chance of making mincemeat of their local rivals when they make the short trip to Stradey Park today.
A giant crusher will this week start making mincemeat of bikes seized in Warwickshire over the festive period.
Making mincemeat out of supposedly tough Mission League (and beat Royal, too)
Having overcome a minor setback at the beginning of April, Frankel was as awesome as ever when making mincemeat of his rivals on seasonal comeback in Newbury's Lockinge and will strip far fitter tomorrow.
The Patriots went into the eagerly-anticipated game in Texas as warm favourites after making mincemeat of their first five opponents - none of whom managed to get any closer than 17 points of the Super Bowl favourites.
He has made a full recovery, making mincemeat of smaller defenders in passing tournaments this summer and - more importantly - feeling no soreness or pain.
If it had gone to a third set, I would have fancied my chances but I struggled on my serve and she was just making mincemeat of it.
LAWMAN, once described as a Derby winner by Kieren Fallon according to his trainer, will head straight for the Prix du Jockey-Club after yesterday making mincemeat of his rivals in the Prix de Guiche, writes Desmond Stoneham.