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  • n  meat from an adult domestic bovine

  • Theater owners should have sold boeuf bourguignon at the concession stand and maybe had a pledge drive to boot.
  • Though not versed in the differences between cheval and boeuf, she did manage to "figure it out in time" to avoid eating the burger.
  • From the rich mineral clay of the region he shapes and bakes vases and bowls of exquisite pattern and myriad huesrose, amber, mahogany, violet, sang de boeuf.

  • Sebastien Chabal in AFP
    It's a very different way of life. The weather's bad. It rains a lot. Above all, I find the food bizarre. I hardly ever eat English food,said Chabal. "My wife and I share the cooking at home. I cook lasagne, boeuf bourguignon, anything...
  • Meryl Streep in USA Today
    I know it wasn't mine,Streep says, "since I really felt this film, which had a love affair with boeuf bourguignon, should come out in winter."
  • Alan Wolfe in MSNBC
    As Alan Wolfe wrote in the Washington Monthly last year, "Conservatives cannot govern well for the same reason that vegetarians cannot prepare a world-class boeuf bourguignon: If you believe that what you are called upon to do is wrong, you are not...

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