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extremely pleasing to the sense of taste

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The agreement also gives Genius the option to buy the businesses and assets of Finsbury's UCB and Livwell bakery subsidiaries, which produce Finsbury's gluten-free products as well as yum-yums and potato scones, for [pounds sterling]21m.
CUTLINE: (1) Top, Sean O'Connell plays Nanki-Poo, Josh Taylor is Pish-Tush, Jeff Black of Worcester is Ko-Ko, and Elaine Crane of Rutland is Yum-Yum.
In titti-pu he falls in love with Yum-Yum (Ami Evans) who is already engaged to Ko-Ko, the Lord High Executioner (Drew Noble).
A spokesman said the new gluten-free production line had been sealed off and escaped intact but the yum-yum section was extensively damaged.
This time Siamese sleuth cats Koko and Yum-Yum are hot on the trail of one who would kill the wealthy Ledfields.
Paul Richmond, as the "wandering minstrel" Nanki-Poo (in fact, the Mikado's son) sings with admirable clarity in A Wand'ring Minstrel I, while Sandra Hosker is a vivacious Yum-Yum (who becomes his bride) and effectively conveys the young woman's rapidly changing emotions.
Yum-yum omelet Whisk together 3 egg whites and 1 yolk.
Featuring yum-yum dishes such as parsley and licorice soup, it's a menu that's full of surprises.
He knew far more about the productions than I did, but he relished talking about the acting abilities of Nanki-Poo and Yum-Yum (not to mention the Grand Poobah).
In September 1996 in Manhattan, I saw a rock band called Yum-Yum perform as part of the alternative rock industry's biggest showcase, the College Music Journal Convention.
Yum-Yum, as the group was called, would be an ironic pop band--ironic, that is, if you understood "pop" as the softest, most openly sold-out, most compromised, most manipulated music ever produced.
The love between Nanki-Poo (appealingly played by Thomas Mesmer), errant son of the Mikado (Japan's emperor) and Yum-Yum (the sweet-voiced Heidi Goodspeed) is challenged by political maneuvering, self-important officials, nonsensical laws, and a lovelorn and duped spinster (a comical Linda Foster).
Increasingly well-styled and plastic surgerized by the day, she continues to work the taboo yum-yum of the maternal substance; her fine-tuned bullshit detector assures us that she will always embody both access to glamour and its lack.
However, things take a complicated turn when his son Nanki-Poo falls for Yum-Yum, whose beauty has also caught the eye of Ko-Ko the Lord High Executioner.
Nick Allen and Claire Lees sparkled as the young lovers, Nanki-Poo and Yum-Yum, while Bruce Graham excelled in the role of Poo-Bah, the Lord High Everything Else, and there were outstanding contributions from John Savournin (Pish-Tush) and Sylvia Clarke (Katisha).