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stale

1. (of beer, etc.) flat and tasteless from being kept open too long
2. Law (of a claim, etc.) having lost its effectiveness or force, as by failure to act or by the lapse of time
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He said that citizens must avoid purchasing stale fish whose skin becomes dull, its meat would not be back to its original form after it is pressed.
The bench also didn't approve of the airline imposing a " meagre" fine of ` 20,000 on the caterer for providing stale food.
When FBI agents questioned her about the stale checks, she initially denied any wrongdoing,
Fry slices until golden brown, then flip to cook INGREDIENTS SERVES 4 1tsp ground cinnamon 1/4tsp ground nutmeg 2tbsp sugar 4tbsp butter 4 eggs 1/4 cup milk 1/2tsp vanilla extract 8 slices slightly stale white bread 1/2cup maple syrup, warmed the other side.
He added: "I have known about Stale for a few years and then he went to FC Cologne.
The NRA president charged that President Barack Obama, Attorney General Eric Holder, and Secretary of Stale Hillary Clinton wanted to make it appear that guns were coming from the United Stales, "so they could stick more gun [control] legislation on honest American gun owners of the United States.
But I don't understand why there is no check on stale fish sold in the fish markets.
Shops selling stale meat have been closed down and food unfit for consumption destroyed.
4 : not stale, sour, or spoiled <fresh bread>
Stabilizer cannot "bring back" stale fuel--and stale fuel is the No.
While I do agree with Sister Elizabeth Johnson ("Honor your Father and Mother," January) that "God is always ahead of us, always surprising," I find it unfortunate that she would use the term stale to describe images developed by those who have attempted to describe our living God in the past.
50 redesigns that transformed stale identities into successful brands.