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back and sides of a hog salted and dried or smoked

English scientist and Franciscan monk who stressed the importance of experimentation


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Bringing home the bacon may soon lead to a healthier meal.
Bringing Home The Bacon by Graham McKean shows a man in a pinstripe suit returning from work with Tuesday's Daily Record tucked under his arm.
women are bringing home the bacon and frying it up in a pan in relative comfort.
The Fred Winter-trained marvel won again that season and was still bringing home the bacon two years later, winning his last race at the age of 18 and equalling the British record for the oldest horse to win a race.
Schneider says she hails from the time when it was "understood" that there was a husband in the picture who was really bringing home the bacon.
Now that would have brought a glimmer to the eye of the director of Andy Warhol Enterprises, promoter of "business art," and a true believer in bringing home the bacon.
I was also interested to read in last week's Daily Post that hotel bookings in Liverpool are down on last year -- so much for Heritage Status bringing home the bacon.
Dresang, who has known Baldwin since her law school days, adds, "In fact, there's a broad swath of her constituency that would consider a focus on bringing home the bacon to be not desirable; that would be 'politics as usual.