Studies on the propagation of the scallop Patinopecten yessoensis (Jay) in Mutsu
APPLE PIE Serves 6 For the Matsu apple sorbet: 50 grams unsalted butter 1 kilogram Mutsu
apples, skin on *, cored and chopped 1 liter apple juice 186 grams granulated sugar 9 grams sorbet stabilizer 2 grams xanthan 4 grams citric acid For the apple pie puree: 1 can evaporated milk 60 grams unsalted butter 500 grams Matsu apples, cored and chopped 250 milliliters apple cider vinegar Milk, as needed 90 grams sugar Lemon juice, as needed Salt to taste For the eucalyptus cream: 25 grams dried eucalyptus 450 milliliters heavy cream 50 grams granulated sugar * The Mutsu
apple Is a cross between a Golden Delicious and Indo apple, and developed in the Mutsu
province of Japan.
Showing the same touch as his late mother Princess Diana, Harry lifts Mutsu
Potsane off his feet with the warmth of his embrace yesterday.
The prince shared a hug with 15-year-old Mutsu
Postane, who he first met as a four-year-old.
Another storage option is an away-from-reactor centralized storage facility at Mutsu
City that is also under construction.
, President, MKM added, Millenniata has clearly developed outstanding archival-grade, data storage capabilities with its M-DISC-brand and technology.
Will you go with a familiar Golden Delicious or try a less common variety, such as Mutsu
4 large Idared, Mutsu
or other apple varieties, cored and cut in 1/4-inch slices
The temblor's epicentre was located 81 kilometres (50 miles) east of Mutsu
, a city located on the Shimokita Peninsula in the northeastern region of TAhoku.
However, Japan simultaneously witnessed a series of nuclear accidents within the country and beyond: the 1974 Mutsu
radiation accident, the 1979 Three Mile Island accident, the 1986 Chernobyl nuclear disaster, and the 1999 Tokaimura criticality accident.
9, arrived at Mutsu
Ogawara port in the village of Rokkasho despite some antinuclear protests.
Die Worter mutso, mutsu
, mutsunen, mutsukka junge verheiratete Frau, Braut; Puppe gebraucht man stellenweise in Dialekten Sudost-Finnlands, besonders in der Nachbarschaft Kareliens (SKES 354; SMSA; SSA 2 : 184-185).