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a stick used for playing a drum



a variety of sex chromatin found in a very few neutrophilic leukocytes in females with a normal chromosome set. A drumstick looks like a strand with a round head protruding from the lobule of the nucleus. Drumsticks are taken into account when analyzing sex disturbances of a chromosomal nature.

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Open and pour the contents of the bag into the baking dish, arranging the drumsticks in a single layer.
The number of true drumsticks was found to be significantly higher in females, with a mean of 5.
APRICOT CHICKEN DRUMSTICKS (Makes 6) INGREDIENTS: 3 tbsp apricot jam 1-2 tsp Dijon mustard 1 tsp fresh lemon juice 6 skinless chicken drumsticks- could also use skin-on if you prefer Salt and pepper to season METHOD: 1.
Uncover, turn over the drumsticks, then baste with juices in the pan.
After this time, lay the drumsticks on top of the potatoes and roast for a further 25-30 minutes, until the chicken is cooked through and the marinade is crispy.
Add the drumsticks to the marinade and coat them well.
Abu Dhabi: A toy drum and drumsticks that pose choking risks can no longer be sold in the emirate of Abu Dhabi following a recall by quality and safety regulator Abu Dhabi Quality and Conformity Council (QCC) on Sunday.
8 chicken drumsticks 200g plain flour 1 tsp ground ginger Sunflower oil, for deep-frying Coleslaw, to serve
It was not only the quality of drumsticks, it was the lack of variety of drumsticks that were being offered," he recalled later.
Providing chilled boneless pork leg, pork leg boneless frozen chicken drumsticks chilled, frozen chicken drumsticks.
Briggs declared that drumsticks are never seen in male leukocytes (9), but this notion is in contradiction with our findings and those of many other investigators.
Bone-in skin-on chicken drumsticks were used as a model system for the dark chicken meat samples.