Gaieski, D., Edwards, J., Kalian
, M., & Carr, B.
, supra note 347, at 362-65; McAdams, supra note 347, at 340-44.
and Agostinelli were surprised when they received an invitation from the Washington State Department of Transporation to an open house to discuss plans for a new road that would, according to the preliminary plans presented at the meeting, go through their kitchen.
Bove's, a premium pasta sauce company with roots in a third-generation family-run kalian
restaurant, has unveiled its newest sauce flavor--Roasted Tomato.
(4.) Norman SA, Localio AR, Potashnik SL, Simoes Torpey HA, Kalian
MJ, Weber AL, et al.
ran Pentagon Security with Ajay Chopra, who was given two-and-ahalf years' jail after he agreed to help the prosecution against his former partner.
"I greatly admire Japanese cuisine." Such an ardent admirer of it is Marchesi that he coined a term to define a style of cooking-"Marchesian"-he defines as "Japanese cuisine with an kalian
flavor." Even or his day off he adheres to dishes that are geared toward simplicity; no fuss., no unnecessary sauces."
means 'you all', but usually singular forms of second person pronouns are used.
When Maggiano's Little Italy launched a new private-label kalian
wine last year, it gave consumers the opportunity to taste the new wine for only a quarter.
The crowning element of the glazed brick facade in kalian
Renaissance style is the cornice, made of terra cotta and - more daringly - colored, making BAM one of the first buildings in the U.S.
Rising wages during the 1950s meant that the livelihood of Kalian
workers had improved dramatically.
Indonesian also has a de facto plural second person pronoun (kalian
) while some English speakers make do with the ungrammatical 'youse' (very broad / uneducated Australian) or 'Y'all' (southern United States).