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A warm, dry, descending wind in Tunisia, resembling the sirocco; in southern Algeria it is called chichili.


D.L. Abt. A language for systems programming, based on ALGOL 60 with extensions for structures and type declarations.

["CHILI, An Algorithmic Language for Systems Programming", CHI-1014, Chi Corp, Sep 1975]
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Up to 15,000 hectares are planned to be allocated for cultivating chili peppers in the Republic of Karakalpakstan, Uzbekistan in 2018, UzA national news agency reported on December 19.
Using National Health and Nutritional Examination Survey (NHANES) III data collected from more than 16,000 Americans who were followed for up to 23 years, medical student Mustafa Chopan and Professor of Medicine Benjamin Littenberg, MD, examined the baseline characteristics of the participants according to hot red chili pepper consumption.
CHILI PEPPERS are available throughout the year to add zest to flavorful dishes around the world and health to those brave enough to risk their fiery heat.
Once their culinary potential became known, chili peppers were a welcome stand-in for the very costly black peppercorns.
Results from the four-pronged investigation - based on linguistic and ecological evidence as well as the more traditional archaeological and genetic data - suggest a regional, rather than a geographically specific, birthplace for the domesticated chili pepper.
Stir oil, wine, lemon juice, garlic and chili pepper in large flameproof baking dish over low heat 5 minutes or until fragrant.
We are grateful to CPI for furthering worldwide interest, knowledge and availability of chili peppers," says Doug Renfro, president of Fort Worth, Texas-based Renfro Foods.
The following are a list of common chili pepper remedies for physical conditions:
People who like their salsa fiery hot can thank an insect-fungus tag team for giving chili peppers their extra kick.
Hot Stuff--The chili pepper is eaten by more than a quarter of the world's population each day, making it "the most used spice and condiment in the world.
The bhut jolokia pepper, considered by Guinness World Records to be the world's hottest chili pepper, tops the scale at a whopping 1,001,304 SHU.