ginger


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On the contrary, they would go nowhere," replied Ginger gloomily.
The customers come again and again, and buy quantities, in spite of being afraid of Ginger and Pickles.
As there was always no money, Ginger and Pickles were obliged to eat their own goods.
Pickles ate biscuits and Ginger ate a dried haddock.
Let us send in the bill again to Samuel Whiskers, Ginger, he owes
I do not believe that he intends to pay at all," replied Ginger.
Send in all the bills again to everybody 'with compts' " replied Ginger.
spluttered Ginger behind a sugar- barrel, "he's only a German doll
No," replied Ginger, who had opened the envelope, "it is the rates and taxes, L 3 19 11 3/4 .
She was now successful, and a lump of ginger emerged on the end of the button-hook.
They laughed at the unexpected eruption of apples, and clapped their hands in applause of the long shot by the man with the ginger beard.
After a fairly traditional back massage, about a kilo of fresh ginger was applied to my back and shoulders - that's a lot of ginger
Ginger (Zingiber officianale) is required on a daily basis in most households in the tropics.
The Original IBONS ginger candies manufactured by German-based Arno Knof Pharma Gmbh, which has made its mark with its sweetness and health benefits around the globe, is set to take centre stage at the Dubai International Pharmaceuticals and Technologies Conference and Exhibition [DUPHAT 2010], to be organised in Dubai later this week.
To call ginger a digestive herb is an understatement," Paul Schulick says in his well-written book Ginger: Common Spice & Wonder Drug.