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fino

a very dry sherry
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Exosporio muy fino, ligeramente tuberculado en la cara proximal y alrededor de la lesura, y psilado en la cara distal.
Try Vinicola Hidalgo "La Gitana" Manzanilla (about $12) or Tio Pepe Palomino Fino (about $13).
We are extremely proud of this new Fino platform, and believe that it represents the most advanced generations of thrombectomy catheters," noted Dr.
Panel discussions, curator talks and tours related to Project Rooms and Mega Fino will also kick off.
The central location and modern facilities of Best Western Hotel Fino Tokyo Akihabara will make it the perfect option for business and leisure travellers seeking a convenient, well-connected and affordable place to stay.
Amid all the progress in the area however, the Northern Mindanao region still finds itself short of 250,000 housing units, thus attracting real estate developers to start building residential communities, said Fino Land general manager Voltaire Antonio Flores.
4 Sherry is enjoying a revival If you still shy away from a glass of sherry, chances are you're thinking Granny's cream sherry rather than the trendy dry styles such as a pale fino or manzanilla which are served ice cold in a wine glass.
OK, there are some achingly trendy types - probably sporting fine beards and drainpipe chinos way north of their bench-made brogues - who insist they have it every night, but the probable truth is that a bottle of fino or manzanilla is languishing at the back of the fridge.
Si el cabello es fino, opta por uno de cerda natural.
Here's a selection for your picnic table: | Inocente Single Vineyard Fino Sherry (PS14.50, rudewines.co.uk, 15% abv): According to the Sherry Wines website, a classic fino "has the extraordinary ability to stimulate tastebuds".