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Synonyms for cuisine

the practice or manner of preparing food or the food so prepared

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MSPs and prosecutors might not act on the comments of Lord Hamilton and Sheriff Cusine.
Sheriff Cusine said: "There is undoubtedly a problem.
Sheriff Cusine told Braidwood: "From the reports, it is clear that you do not accept that you did anything wrong and are unwilling or unable to be open and honest with the psychiatrist.
Sheriff Douglas Cusine placed Torliefson on probation for two years and banned him from driving for four months.
His lawyer pleaded for leniency, saying Simpson was the sole carer of his young child, but sheriff Douglas Cusine said: 'You have a horrendous record
The restaurant features Italian and American cusine and has a large lounge area which provides 'happy hour' pricing to its customers 7 days a week.
Sheriff Douglas Cusine accused the Government of causing confusion by deciding to decriminalise cannabis from Class B to Class C a year ago.
Sheriff Cusine said: 'I myself have some difficulty in understanding exactly what message it was the Government intended to convey.
Sheriff Douglas Cusine deferred sentence on Thomson for background reports.
But Graeme Cusine, 17, was acquitted of causing a breach of the peace when another sheriff ruled the officers' evidence was not corroborated.
Stonehaven Sheriff Court was told Cusine and a friend, John MacLeod, became involved in a shouting match with police in the centre of the Kincardineshire town in the early hours of a Sunday morning.
PC Kenneth Callaghan, 37, said Cusine had made comments to him, including asking him if the police had nothing better to do.
PC Callaghan said he advised Cusine and MacLeod to go home.
A South African dish, bobotie - made using local beef and vegetables by Helen Orton of Europa Cusines of Heswall - was voted top by customers at the last market.
The same disjunction marked Last Garden, 2002--a cemetery filled with twinkling, colorful, Popsicle-shaped tombstones--and Cusines, 2002-2003, a seemingly self-demonized quintet of figures, their heads swapped for African masks, a Popeye-like face, or a giant tessellated egg.