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Synonyms for Bovril

an extract of beef (given to people who are ill)


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"The strangest thing I had thrown at me was a Bovril cube.
Bovril was devised by Edinburgh butcher John Lawson Johnston (1839-1900).
*If you are interested in adopting Buddy, Bovril or any of the other cats, kittens, dogs and puppies, please visit the Animal Welfare Centre in Askar.
My mum knitted the scarves and my grandad brought his own Bovril.
We've teamed up with Sports Book of the Month and have a copy of Best, Pele and a Half-time Bovril to give away.
So what about the humble tradition of Bovril on a cold winter day?
1 INGREDIENTS 1 kg of Welsh braising steak, 1 punnet of mushrooms chopped into 1/4, 1 large onion, peeled and diced, 1 clove of garlic, chopped, good pinch of thyme, 1 bottle of Guinness, 1 beef stock cube, squirt of tomato puree, 1 tbsp of Bovril, 1 large carrot, peeled and chopped into chunks, flour to seal the meat, 1pt of boiled water.
The 1.6 kilometre Lady's Walk around Tumbleton Lake at Cragside, near Rothbury, has been reinstated with money from the Bovril Great Outdoors Revival.
Out of the 4,000 Brits surveyed by Bovril, most failed to identify any British trees with only 10% of those in the West Midlands able to spot the difference between trees and over half incorrectly identifying a Beech tree as an Oak tree.
London, Oct 06 (ANI): A new study has indicated that a strict diet for two days a week consisting solely of vegetables, fruit, milk and a mug of Bovril could prevent breast cancer.
To prove it, Bovril is donating pounds 100,000 to the National Trust to help revive and restore outdoor areas that provide you and your family with the most enjoyment.
RAMBLERS have unveiled a revamped railway footpath project which has been transformed thanks to funding from the Bovril Great Outdoors Revival Campaign.
While the aircraft were being prepared for the flight, the advance guard of the Royal Flying Corps rolled to war in a red Bovril van which had been commandeered on a London street.
Although Burton is no longer the centre of British brewing, the town still supplies most of the spent brewers yeast that constitutes the base ingredient for both Marmite and Bovril. The current Burton-upon-Trent factory has been manufacturing Marmite and Bovril since the 1950's and both products still enjoy such iconic status in the UK and abroad that production at the plant runs 24 hours per day 360 days per year.