chicha


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Synonyms for chicha

an oriental tobacco pipe with a long flexible tube connected to a container where the smoke is cooled by passing through water

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Karachi and Lahore incidents are the recent ones but previously he did such sort of activities in Sahiwal and Chicha Watni.
Un segundo momento de preparacion del Pachallampe es la elaboracion de chicha (11).
Where you can find it in Chicha food is both hyper-regional and Instagram-worthy Liverpool: Mowgli is possibly the biggest name on Liverpool's independent food scene, and turmeric features as a cornerstone of the entire menu, for good reason.
En ese sentido, discrepo con el planteamiento de Martuccelli cuando discute la musica chicha como manifestacion emblematica del imaginario de la fusion, para argumentar que esta daria lugar a una suerte de explosion creativa de la cual habria emergido una cultura chicha que habria permeado el conjunto de la sociedad limena para dar lugar a una nueva sociabilidad.
Attock, Astore, Awaran, Benazirabad, Bahawalnagar, Bannu, Buner, Barkhan, Chaghi, Chicha Watni, Chiniot, Charsadda, Dadu, Dera Allah Yar, Dera Murad Jamali, Digri, Dera Ghazi Khan, Daska, Dera Ismail Khan, Diamer, Gilgit, Ghizer, Ghanche, Gojra, Hafizabad, Hunza-Nagar, Hala, Hangu, Jacobabad, Jhang, Jaranwala, Jahangira, Jhal Magsi and Jaffarabad.
D'autres cafes, qu'on appelle communement [beaucoup moins que] khaima [beaucoup plus grand que], proposent a la une de leur menu toute une gamme de preparations pour [beaucoup moins que] fumer de la chicha [beaucoup plus grand que].
Wash it down with a Chicha Morada, a Peruvian purple corn drink and finish off with one of their exotic desserts.
In "LIMA Cookbook: Peruvian Home Cooking" Chef Martinez has compiled a beautifully and profusely illustrated cornucopia of authentic Peruvian cuisine with recipes that range from Batido de Mango y Menta Freca (Mango and Fresh Mint Smoothie); Chonta Asada y Kiwicha (Broiled Hearts of Palm with Amaranth); Ceviche de Salmon aji Amarillo y Cancha (Salmon Ceviche with Yellow Aji and Cancha Corn); and Langostinos con Palta y Limon (Shrimp with Avocado and Lime); to Anticucho de Asado de Tira (Short Rib Anticuchos); Pachamanca de Gallina y Papas (Chicken and Potato Pachamancha); Cerdo con Chicha de Jora (Pork with Chicha de Jora); and Banana Carmelizada con Anis Estrella (Carmelized Banana with Star Anise).
Companies Mentioned in this Report: Xiangpiaopiao, Felissimo Merry, Reberos, WU Gum, Post, Propercorn, Jianfa, Cadbury, Vegemite, Rocket Brewing Co, Campbell's, CauliRice, Carlsberg, Crayola, Johnnie Walker, Chicha Morada, Shiseido, Asda, Granarolo Spa, Poise, Myagkov, Rescue Mai, Clif, Smashbox, Manflu, Kirin, Moschino, Leonimal, Katjes Fassin, Airwick
El primero trata de un caso medico-clinico resenado por Liborio Zerda sobre una mujer "indigena" consumidora de chicha, el otro una referencia del glorioso galeno Zea Uribe a partir de un caso ocurrido en Alemania.
Part III, "Changing Landscapes," has chapters on: commercial cigarettes and traditional cigarettes among the Wayana of the upper Maroni Basin; the significance of tobacco among the Yanomami; tobacco and well-being; and the social use of tobacco and a drink called chicha among Guna people.
Specialising in screenprinting and lettering, Elliot's style celebrates the tradition of the Cartel Chicha whose colourful murals transformed grey industrial areas of Peru's capital.
Chicha numbers, however, are bang on the expected rate, and it was good to hear one singing as I stepped out of my front door on Friday.
The mayor of Jonglei state's Bor municipality, Nhial Majak Nhial, holds a pipe used to smoke chicha found during a town clean up on 21 March 2015 (ST)
Joshua Tucker's chapter on chicha traces the evolution of cumbia in Peru alongside concurrent sociocultural and geopolitical developments which found indigenous Andean communities migrating to Lima, the coastal capital.