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salt

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bordering on indelicacy or impropriety

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engagingly stimulating or provocative

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containing or filled with salt

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one of the four basic taste sensations

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Most of the water in local taps is salty, with traders forced to buy drinking water from merchants who operate boreholes.
Proceeds from their Salty Soul clothing and accessories line, which caters to beachgoers, Jeepers, and saltwater fishing enthusiasts, will go towards supplies and cleanup advertising costs.
Premier League Other results: Middlebeck 5 Erimus B 3; Red Lion 2 North Ormesby Tute 6; Salty C 4 Albion 4; Western Wonders 7 Boro Coronation 1; Erimus B 7 Albion 1; Coronation 3 Boro Coronation 5; Eston 4 Huntsman 4; Salty C 5 Tute 3.
The punk legend, who now sports a full head of grey hair, is making a r pBdn rare stage appearance to perform with the Cronin Brothers as a special guest during their set on Sunday night on the Salty Dog stage.
The strongest influences in salty snack purchases are a new flavor (38 percent), resealable packaging (32 percent), a spicy flavor (30 percent), a variety pack (27 percent), a limited-edition/seasonal flavor (22 percent) and single-serve packaging (22 percent), according to a Lightspeed GMI/Mintel survey of 2,000 adult Internet users.
Data from the market research firm reveals that growth in sales of salty snacks in the U.
50, 75cl, Sainsbury's), right, is typical of this delicate style of sherry and its characteristically salty taste makes it the perfect match for seafood.
Contract award: Modernization of gynecology-obstetrics and pediatric ward Hospital Salty - works II.
Candy along with salty, alternative and packaged sweet snacks all saw increased sales at single stores, with larger package sizes and natural ingredients driving growth.
Enjoying a renaissance after years in the doldrums (banish all thoughts of Granny's cream sherry), the trend for Spanish restaurants, tapas bars and smaller plates of food with salty bites such as cured sausage, manchego cheese and shellfish has spurred our thirst for something bone dry, cold and tangy.
Lead study author Julie Mennella, a biopsychologist at Monell, said that biology predisposes humans to like and eat calorie-rich sweet foods and sodium-rich salty foods, asserting that this is especially evident in children, whose bodies are still growing, the Independent reported.
There are four basic flavours in Thai cooking - hot, salty, sweet and There four basic sour - and you'll find them being sold on every corner of the bustling streets.
from market researcher Packaged Facts asserts that 50 million Americans who frequently snack between meals select salty snacks as their favorite.
Prosecco may be on the upswing in fashionable circles, but you can't beat the body and aromas of a crisp, dry cava to pair with salty nibbles.