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aspic

either of two species of lavender, Lavandula spica or L. latifolia, that yield an oil used in perfumery: family Lamiaceae (labiates)
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As an infrastructure provider to this rapidly growing industry, we are excited to help ASPIC develop and articulate the ASP value proposition.
We have got to ensure that this once in a lifetime opportunity doesn't founder because some Jeremiah wants to preserve everything in aspic, even when the city is patently crying out for change.
Charwomen may be a thing of the past and aspic no longer on the menu, but The Perfect Hostess, is as relevant today as it ever was.
Bruges was left to moulder, missing the industrial revolution and preserved in genteel aspic, just waiting for a discriminating 20th and 21st century tourist trade.
A fish soup, a scallops dish, and crab and melon cannelloni with muscat aspic are first-course options.
Sago, junket, tapioca, tofu, aspic and semolina are all considered yuk.
ASPIC has grown to a global organization with more than 450 member companies.
Some may complain about the downside of that impact, and the views which are no longer with us, but if Liverpool is to be seen as the progressive city which it aspires to be, then it will not be possible to pickle every square metre in some type of heritage-branded aspic.
Essentially it's a terrine of slow-cooked ham pieces or shreds set into a tasty aspic made from the cooking liquid, into which have been mixed a few tablespoons of finely chopped parsley and some capers.
We do not want a Quarter pickled in aspic with no working jewellery businesses.
Cities need to move and change, they should not be preserved in aspic.