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sawl tuhd

  • v  add salt to
  • v  sprinkle as if with salt
    the rebels had salted the fields with mines and traps
  • v  add zest or liveliness to
  • v  preserve with salt
  • s  (used especially of meats) preserved in salt

  • Think hearty, comforting dishes like salted-lamb stew, or salted dried lamb ribs, washed down with glasses of Hansa, the local brew.
  • A dirty bomb is a conventional explosive salted with radioactive isotopes in order to spew out that nuclear material and contaminate a wide area.
  • Church calls it compensation, but you and I might know it as the lip-licking anticipation of perfectly salted, golden-brown French fries after a hard trip to the gym.
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  • This Is What An Enormous Spurs Pizza Looks Like
    This is a pretty creative use of typical pizza ingredients. With just some sauce, cheese, salted meats and peppers you've got yourself a San Antonio Spurs pizza with the coyote mascot, Larry O'Brien Trophy and Spurs logo. Just ignore the olives, though. Olives on a pizza (or just in general, really) are disgusting. [ Imgur | @jimmytraina ]
    June 14, 2013 - Deadspin
  • Pancetta-wrapped pork loin
    Serves 4 If you can cut a piece of string, you won't have a problem putting this pork loin together. The fresh tasting boneless meat is wrapped in Italian pancetta (cured pork that's salted and spiced, rather than smoky like bacon). As the meat roasts, the pancetta bastes it with salty, peppery drippings; fresh herbs add their aromatics, and the ...        
    June 11, 2013 - Boston Globe

  • Henry Kissinger in (blog)
    So Henry Kissinger told the Bush Administration that troop withdrawals from Iraq would be "like salted peanuts to the American public: the more US troops come home, the more will be demanded."
  • Alan Sokal in The Australian
    Professor Sokal said he wanted to see if a journal in that field would "publish an article liberally salted with nonsense if (a) it sounded good and (b) it flattered the editors' ideological preconceptions".
  • Stewart Stevenson in BBC News
    Transport Secretary Stewart Stevenson told the BBC: "When you have weather conditions of -16C, when even salted water will start to freeze, you are not able to keep the roads open continuously. With the very heavy snow fall we have the kind of...

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