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Synonyms for caul

part of the peritoneum attached to the stomach and to the colon and covering the intestines

the inner membrane of embryos in higher vertebrates (especially when covering the head at birth)

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roulades until caul fat is golden brown and roulade is warmed
Spread out a piece of well-drained pig's caul on a large chopping board and cut into 4cm squares.
Oregon's fire marshal Caul said: "Right now, all we require is whatever product you're going to use, you must prove a third party tested it and it meets the flame spread rating.
We would like to acknowledge that these standards have been adapted from the Caul Information literacy standards, in turn adapted from Information literacy standards for higher education approved by the United States Association of College and Research Libraries.
Wheatstraw's being "'bawn with a caul over both eyes'" marks him as one born with the gift of clairvoyance and derives from a specific Ashanti heritage.
An enclosed caul plate was used to collect VOC emissions during the pressing of panels manufactured using each of the three major wood adhesives: urea-formaldehyde, phenol-formaldehyde (PF), and polymeric methylene diisocyanate.
As a matter of fact there are times when I am apt To feel it close in tight against my sense Like a caul in which I was born and still am wrapped.
In her combination of obsessive paranoia and tenacious social science, Julia Scher evokes a female Harry Caul (antihero of Francis Ford Coppola's 1974 film The Conversation) with a weathered copy of Michel Foucault's Discipline and Punish under her arm.
Mike Caul continues as Vice President of Western Operations with responsibility for regional offices in Arizona, Missouri and Florida.
Rob Caul, CEO of Kallidus said, This is the start of a very exciting new phase of growth for Kallidus and we are pleased to have an investment partner on board that shares our enthusiasm and ambition.
CAUL TO ARMS Neal Horgan is a big fan of John Caulfield
For the haslet: 800g belly pork, minced 600g pig''s liver, minced 225g slightly-stale bread, crumbed About 300ml milk to soak the bread 1 onion, finely chopped 6 large sage leaves, finely chopped 2 tsp dried Herbes de Provence 1 tbsp chopped parsley 1/2 tsp freshly-ground nutmeg 1/2 tsp ground allspice Maldon salt and freshly-ground black pepper 2 large free-range eggs Pig's caul fat to wrap the terrine Extras: 2 x 1kg loaf tins A little butter for greasing Method: Heat the oven to 170oC / Gas 3.
Leonie Caul of Specsavers Coventry (left) with Jo Ewen, Commercial Director of TR Fleet.
Harry Caul GENE Hackman gives a masterclass performance in 1974's The Conversation, playing a lonely, paranoid surveillance expert, left, who suffers a crisis of conscience upon suspecting that the two people he's spying on are about to be assassinated.
Gene Hackman offers an uncharacteristically subdued performance as central character Harry Caul and, frankly, he's rarely been better.