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PORC

On drawings, abbr. for porcelain.
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Imported meat isn't the way forward!" Porc from Wales Week is being supported by elite chef Angela Gray, who has cooked for everyone from European aristocracy to Lord Lloyd-Webber.
We suggested that employees with a PORC orientation would tend to pay attention to achieving predetermined goals in the short term.
"In a European context that was strongly downward, the price quotation on the Marche du Porc Breton was very disrupted this week", Marche du Porc Breton said.
This is not so much down to squeamishness as to William the Conqueror, for after 1066, when the French-speaking Normans made up the aristocracy, they naturally used French names for their meat, namely, boeuf, porc and mouton.
But he found time to film a rare cameo scene in the S4C Welsh-speaking show Porc Peis Bach - which to the uninitiated means Small Pork Pies.
Remember the commercial, "Where's the Beef?" With regard to a captive, we ask, "Where's the PORC?"
LE PORC, LE COQ ET LE SERPENT is an intriguing collection of reflections, anecdotes, and prose poems described by the author as "traces" of his numerous visits to Nepal.
Another ham project involves a collaboration with the Centre de Developpement du Porc du Quebec.