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pairing

[′per·iŋ]
(electronics)
In television, imperfect interlace of lines composing the two fields of one frame of the picture; instead of having the proper equal spacing, the lines appear in groups of two.

pairing

Also called "linking," it is the establishment of a connection between a base unit (the transceiver) and a wireless device such as a remote control, headset or speaker. See Bluetooth pairing and Bluetooth speaker.
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Before getting into the dynamics of pairing wine with Gangwon food, it's best to understand the characteristics of the region and its ingredients.
While it may be intimidating, pairing wine and cheese can be a fun adventure by following a few general guidelines, resulting in some pretty blissful combinations (Port and Stilton, for example).
When framing a blue green pairing, incorA[degrees] porate lighter colours like white or grey which will complement, rather than clash with the principal colours.
The coconut, spice of the jalapenos and acidity from the sake meld wonderfully, according to Mesa bar manager Julia Arjune and executive chef Niki Weyler, who work in tandem to create interesting, synergistic pairings.
You have always been able to get the recipes from the show on (the Pairings home page.
Located in a recently renovated century-old barn in northeastern Ohio, Windows on Pairings includes a tasting and sales room with a selection of wines from across Ohio, a special events area, a hands-on kitchen for culinary classes, a demonstration vineyard and an educational area for consumers, winemakers and vineyard staff.
Jeppesen's crew pairing capabilities will be used to increase operational efficiency and enhance quality of life for crewmembers, while reducing overall costs related to crew planning for JetBlue's 850 daily flights.
Cengage Learning, a provider of teaching, learning and research solutions for the academic, professional and library markets, on Wednesday announced the publication of new book that offers advice on how to pair food and wine, titled Pairing with the Masters: A Definitive Guide to Food & Wine Pairing, by Certified Master Chef Ken Arnone and Master of Wine Jennifer Simonetti-Bryan.
It seemed the Europeans were in a dominant mood after the pairings were mixed up and refreshed from the opening day.
The complete idiot's guide to wine and food pairing.
The other European practice pairings were less of a shock.