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poxm 'spider' + ta'aky 'to spin' -> poxmta'aky atsem 'pig' + tsu'uch 'meat' -> atsemtsu'uch tsa'am ,plaintain' + kepy 'tree' -> tsa'amkepy poxm 'spiderweb' [po[??][m.sup.l]d[a.sup.?]ajk.sup.j]] atsem 'pork meat' [adz[??][m.sup.l]dz[u.sup.?]ut[integral]] tsa'am 'plaintain part' [ts[a.sup.?]a[m.sup.l]ge[p.sup.j]] Consonant cluster reduction is a phonological process that occasionally occurs in compounding, in particular when the final consonant of the first word is the same as the initial consonant of the second, i.e.
to 2 p.m.) Menu includes Chipotle Meatballs; Mango Pomegranate Guacamole With Plaintain Chips; Bacon-Wrapped Turkey Breast With Hazelnut Mole; Cornbread and Chorizo Stuffing; Poblano Potato Gratin; Sweet Potato Coconut Puree; Cranberry Pineapple Salsa; and Chocolate Chile Pt de Crme With Cinnamon Whipped Cream.
It had made several stops on the way to pick up passengers from at least 10 surrounding villages before it capsized near Plaintain Island.
For example, plaintain can be used to treat insect bites or stings by chewing it up and applying it to your skin.
For the steak tartare: 1/2 cup beef gelee 1 tablespoon butter 1/2 cup finely chopped leeks 4 ounces braised veal cheeks, from above 1/4 cup heavy cream 2 ripe plantains, thinly sliced lengthwise and cut in half crosswise 2 tablespoons clarified butter 8 ounces prime beef filet, finely chopped 1 teaspoon finely chopped capers 1 teaspoon finely chopped cornichons 1 teaspoon peeled and finely chopped shallots 1 small clove garlic, peeled and finely chopped 1/2 teaspoon finely chopped mint leaves 1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce 1 teaspoon ketchup 1 teaspoon Dijon mustard 2 tablespoons kecap manis*** 1 quail egg Parsley leaves, for garnish Fried plaintain chips, for garnish Salt and pepper to taste
It introduces, maintains, characterizes, and evaluates germplasm collections of banana, plaintain, sapodilla, mamey sapote, cacao, Garcinia, Annona, and bamboo.
Low temperature ([approximately equals] 5 [degrees] C) during the postzygotic phases of seed formation in buckhorn plaintain (Plantago lanceolata L.) reduced germination because low temperature increased seed coat mass (Lacey et al., 1997).
Here I address these questions by presenting the results of the first of several experiments on parental effects in Plantago lanceolata L., ribwort plaintain, an herbaceous short-lived perennial plant species.
She sells roadside food: plaintain, sweet potato, porc.
According to the Puerto Rico Department of Agriculture, damage to the island's coffee and plaintain crops was most severe.
The chefs prepared food around a Jet Blue theme: "Fly-Fi'' Blue Corn Toastados featured delicious barbecued Long Island duck, habanero cheddar, petite greens, Blue Agave Vinaigrette, cilantro-lime mashed sweet potatoes and sofrito oil; "True Blue'' Crab & Avocado Cocktail consisted of heirloom tomato relish, spiced plaintain chips and Creole mustard-chervil alioli; "Mint Conditioned'' Bread Pudding & "Even More'' Blue was a showy and tasty presentation with Tahitian vanilla-mint-infused blueberry bread pudding, Meyer lemon curd Anglaise, limoncello lace and white chocolate-blueberry bark.
Plaintain, cassava, sweet potatoes, yam, paw paw, chow chow, dry fish, pumpkin and spices.
They suggest following these tips for a healthier diet: Branch out and explore more exotic sources of starch and fibre, including plaintain, sweet potato, bagels, tortillas, squash, couscous and bulgar wheat.
Even our common brodedwo (roasted plaintain), we can no longer have it without the IMF paying for the charcoal.