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macaroni:

see pastapasta,
generic name for thin pieces of hardened, unleavened dough that are molded into various shapes and boiled, not baked. Pasta is commonly associated with Italian cuisine, though similar wheat flour and rice flour pastas, usually called noodles, have been known in Asia for a
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macaroni

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(in 18th-century Britain) a dandy who affected foreign manners and style
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The Dullissimo Maccaroni." (1) The personal reaction reveals Marlow as the typical adulescens of traditional comedy, the immature young man that illustrates Goldsmith's generalized description of the form, described in an essay in the Westminster Magazine to prepare audiences' reception of his so-called "laughing comedy": "that natural portrait of Human Folly and Frailty, of which all are judges, because all have sat for the picture." (2) As part of his agenda to restore the humor supposedly missing from the stage, Goldsmith seems to have convinced readers for two centuries to approach his play primarily in more universal terms and largely to ignore the possibility of situating Marlow and other male characters more fully in British cultural history of the 1770s.
Sea fowls are pecking at the small crabs, shell-fish, and other sea candies and maccaroni, which the Right Whale sometimes carries on his pestilent back.
Moreover by 1895, his Gardiner Coyne's Combination was on the bill at the Britannia, where they were kept over for a second week performing their 'laughable Irish sketch, "Maccaroni."' In other words, Coyne's theatrical actor-management had evolved into an Irish sketch company on the halls.
It was a false start when Ryan Spendlove of The Blueskins cried off late doors but ELAINE PALMER stepped in at the last minute and played the best super substitute's performance since Maccaroni in the UEFA Cup for Boro.
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Ron Maccaroni Deputy Comptroller Defense Information Systems Agency
Appenzeller Cheesemaccaroni (maccaroni with cheese and potatoes), Appenzeller Alostbrockli (smoked beef), Appenzeller Siedwurst (white sausage)
Goals are a problem and boss Steve McClaren made it clear they were his priority at Chelsea by axing big name strikers Massimo Maccaroni and Alen Boksic after dismal showings over the holiday period.
In the meantime Maccaroni is running up huge phone bills ringing Festa every time he has a problem at the Premiership club.
McClaren has had his eye on Maccaroni since he scored twice against England Under 21s in March, then came on as a late substitute the next day and won the decisive penalty for the senior side which clinched a 2-1 win over Sven Goran Eriksson's side.