oranges are usually smaller - avoid using Jaffa oranges as they have a very thick pith.
cucumber, such as English, Persian, or Armenian
I pay for my TV Licence as I am 66 not 75.'' Asked during his weekly Call Clegg show on LBC 97.3 radio how he felt about Lord Sugar's onslaught, a laughing DPM said: "He's slightly thin-skinned
. He drives around in this great big Bentley on primetime television, he wafts around the House of Lords in ermine, and then he seems to be very offended when I point out that he has got a bob or two.''
After working with Assange to go through the initial material about the Iraq and Afghanistan wars, Times reporters came to believe he was smart and tech-savvy, but "arrogant, thin-skinned
, conspiratorial and oddly credulous."
During this procedure, the ULCs are weakened and destabilized, which puts thin-skinned
patients at particular risk for postoperative complications.
about the "liberal press," Fox News and Rivera demanded a correction.
Sheep are thin-skinned
and relatively soft, so I want an accurate bullet that will expand fairly quickly.
Cornell researcher LeRoy Creasy found that thin-skinned
Pinot Noir grown in moist, cool climates produces the most resveratrol.
Oranges include smooth, thin-skinned
valencias, good for juice or eating whole.
Every organization has its share of vulnerable, thin-skinned
Richard Nixon began a memo complaining about the jokes at a White House Correspondents Dinner with the hilarious statement, "I'm not a bit thin-skinned
." Nancy Reagan, having advised Frank Sinatra to dump his wife, Barbara Marx, Barbara later forbade Nancy to attend Frank's funeral--but Nancy went anyway.
Texas officials get their way, the satirists at The Onion had better watch out ...