FIGS


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FIGS

(1) (French, Italian, German, Spanish) The major European languages. This acronym is commonly found in localization circles. See localization.

(2) (figs.) Abbreviation of figures; for example, "this process is explained in figs. 3 and 4.
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5 FIGS are known to lower high blood pressure and are a good source of fibre.
MOUNT PLEASANT FIGS WITH COUNTRY HAM AND LIME VINAIGRETTE 4 large ripe figs 4 very thin slices country ham or baked ham Cut each fig into 6 wedges, slicing through the flower end into, but not through, the stem end.
It seems only natural to throw a few spices into the creamy pannacotta Poaching the figs in red wine and orange would go wonderfully well with some good vanilla ice-cream, however the pannacottas do not take long to make and are much better if made the day before SPICED PANNACOTTA WITH POACHED FIGS