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heirloom

Property law a chattel inherited by special custom or in accordance with the terms of a will
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The cider is "made with heirloom apples, and that's a commodity that isn't easy to get anymore with the hard cider craze," Owner Paula Frederick said.
Cameron "It turned out that she only sent me photos of the heirloom, she never sent the actual heirloom, so we were fine.
It turned out that she sent me photos of heirloom, she never the actual heirloom, so we were fine.
We have been in the business for long, and we are 100% sure that our reputation, combined with our track record, will help us reach to more customers and let them experience what top-notch estate sales services feel like," says one of the owners of Estate Heirloom.
Mama Sita's Heirloom Rice Champorado Kit comes in four variants, which differ only in the kind of heirloom rice used-Balatinaw, Ominio, Minaangan and Kalinga Jekot.
Entire books have been written about the individual history of many of the heirloom tomato species.
Mama Sita's uses heirloom rice sourced from the Cordilleras- Balatinaw and Ominio or deep purple rice, Kalinga Jekot (brown rice) and Minaangan (red rice).
During his visit in CAR early August Piol announced that he will be the salesman of heirloom rice.
Today, it contains about 4,000 heirloom seed varieties, many of which don't exist in any other seed collections.
Synopsis: Now even the most novice of needlecrafters can discover the delights of Heirloom Sewing with "A-Z Of Heirloom Sewing", an impressive collection of fine needlework techniques that imitate fine French hand sewing.
An exchange of indigenous and culinary cultures transpired in the National Museum on May 14, 2015 during a "market encounter" organized by the Heirloom Rice Project of the International Rice Research Institute (IRRI).