He held a hoe in his hand, and, while Phoebe was gone in quest of the crumbs
, had begun to busy himself with drawing up fresh earth about the roots of the tomatoes.
The beadle drank his tea to the last drop; finished a piece of toast; whisked the crumbs
off his knees; wiped his lips; and deliberately kissed the matron.
'Bring more,' he cried, 'these crumbs
don't fill it.' So seven thousand waggons of the gold of the whole kingdom were driven up; these the strong man shoved into the sack, oxen and all.
In recent years, concerns have been raised about the safety of recycled tire crumb
rubber used as infill for playing fields and playgrounds.
Nearly every milestone on the long road comics have crawled from derided trash to treasured American art form was inspired either directly or secondhand by Crumb
's choices and achievements.
[ClickPress, Fri Mar 08 2019] With the long-shelf life and prolonged preservation gaining momentum in the fresh, packed, and frozen-bread sectors, crumb
softener is finding extensive application, especially in the baked food items.
Launched last summer by Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz's AO1 foundation, Thy Kingdom Crumb
is a free food truck service turned community initiative dedicated to helping all people in the Greater Philadelphia and South Jersey communities.
I remember flicking one crumb
from my coat but apparently another fell on the floor.
grain has been defined in literature as the exposed cell structure of crumb
when a leavened baked product is sliced [5-7] which can be generally seen as a two-phase soft cellular solid, consisting of a solid phase apparent in the cell wall structure and a fluid phase made up of air [8, 9].
rubber aggregate produced locally by recycling of discarded worn-out tires of an average size of (1-2) mm with a relative density of 0.73 added to concrete as a replacement of fine aggregate volume at different ratios 17.5%, 20%, 22.5% and 25%.