green goddess


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AUTUMN KING CARROT; SPRING HERO CABBAGE; PEPITE CORN SALAD; ARMOR LEEKS; GREEN GODDESS RADISH; SWISS CHARD BRIGHT LIGHTS; LETTUCE SHERWOOD; RADISH MINO EARLY; SIOUX LETTUCE
HOME SCARE: Soldiers and their Green Goddess at the Toxteth fire last night Picture: MARTIN BIRCHALL
SOLDIERS try to bump start a broken down Green Goddess yesterday after fighting a fire in which one man died.
He will then send out the first available Green Goddess crew, complete with any equipment they can muster to handle the call.
323-735-9023) comes alive when you request the restaurant's famous Green Goddess dressing (made daily on the premises).
1) The Green Goddess (1919), his one indisputable commercial hit play, was not William Archer's first melodrama.
After half a century, the famous Green Goddess fire engines have finally reached the end of the road.
Donna Antrim of Mission Hills wrote recently lamenting the state of store-bought green goddess salad dressings.
You would hardly expect to see a 61-year-old Green Goddess fire engine to be flying along the M50, especially at rush hour, but its RAF crew are astounded that they have been scrambled only once during the past eight days of the national firefighters' strike.
ACOVENTRYman died in a suspected arson attack on his home yesterday - while a Green Goddess which attended the blaze had to be given a push-start.
Nigel added: "For people in rural areas like this, it is a worry how long it might take a Green Goddess to reach them.
ARMY Green Goddess fire engines started arriving in Scotland yesterday, the Sunday Mail can reveal.
A Green Goddess had to be called out after a West Midlands fireman set his car ablaze following a row with his then girlfriend, a court heard yesterday.
The green goddess, familiar to all as emergency fire vehicles, were last in the news during the 2002 dispute.
Green Goddess crews who risked their lives trying to save a pensioner trapped in a house blaze during the firefighters strike have been praised by a Newcastle coroner.