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barm

1. the yeasty froth on fermenting malt liquors
2. an archaic or dialect word for yeast
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The prizes for all the old and new segments are $1 million worth." Sultan al Bader, a member of the committee, said, "The 2,515 participants comprise 1,380 citizens and 1,135 expats competing in five categories including, Barm citizens, Barm expats and new converts." They will compete in three stages to show their competence in Quran recitation memorisation." He added, "The first stage, which will be held on November 25 for males and November 28 for females in morning and evening shifts, will be for expatriates only.
It seems equally likely that the first part is simply barm, an old-fashioned but respectable term for froth or foam, such as might come from the action of soda with buttermilk in some versions, or yeast with sugar in others--or all of the above, as in this loaf.
You can't beat a breakfast barm, whether you're tired, hungover or just wake up feeling more hungry than usual.
In an earlier interview, Jaafar said elected officials in areas to be covered by BARM should allow their residents to "decide freely" come plebiscite day.
The biggest challenge or concern will probably center on whatever policy of 'integration' or 'co-existence' the majority MILF or the BARM parliament could develop in order not to scare away, threaten or turn off 'non-Muslims.' The next and more immediate challenge along the lines of integration is how the ruling majority or leaders of BARM or Muslim Mindanao could convince all the warrior/tribal based groups to think as 'Citizens of BARMM' and not as tribal enemies.
A Lancashire-Yorkshire divide comes with barm cakes and teacakes.
The North-west order up a barm while the Scots favour bridie or rowie, the study found.
"In Tesco, we're going to have a range of breads, our barm cakes, a range of breads including the Welsh batch and Village sliced, in other words our top sellers.
Use of terms such as 'cob', 'barm cake' or 'bap' would be punished by on the spot fines and a compulsory attendance of a batch awareness course.
Yes, despite having all the business acumen of a bacon barm, James has been appointed project manager.
DIALLING CODES: stottie; brioche; pitta bread; crumpet; barm cake; muffin; baguette; poppadom; ciabatta; scone; pikelet; damper.