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One soused Drosophila commented: "Hey, who you calling a mutant?
* a huntsman's pink coat, whip and very smelly small rag (which I am assured is soused in aniseed and other delights to tempt the modern vegetarian foxhound)
For something unusual and exotic, why not try Pink Soused Mackerel with Star Anise and Black Peppercorns.
Icy roadways, stressed shoppers, packed highways, frolicking kids, soused partygoers--all conspire to make the holiday season the most dangerous time of the year for drivers and pedestrians.
Some archaic terms have been amended, presumably to make them more comprehensible for the Chicago audience, but personally I prefer Falstaff's original soused gurnet, which is funny, to a pickled herring, which isn't.
But I'll also never forget my soused ex-girlfriend stuffing dollar bills into the exaggerated cleavage of one of the Dyketones, a female performance group that dressed in male and female drag.
His signature dish, an entree platter entitled 'Four Dances of the Sea', consists of soused snook (great fish, silly name), raw cuttlefish and black noodles, octopus aioli and spiced prawn sushi.
A video by Gilbert and George of the artists getting soused, Gordon's Makes Us Drunk, 1972, reminded a younger viewer that these blue-chip darlings once made work that was witty and fresh.
As the bus enters the state of Queretaro, one reporter lectures the soused assembly on the benefits of living in Mexico City's 06700 zip code.
The appetizer, Prawn & Chips, was served with Goose Island Yorkshire Bitter and Young's Ramrod; Course two, smoked and soused mackerel, was paired with Goose Island and Young's Oatmeal Stouts; Course three, roast beef and Yorkshire pudding, was served with Goose Island Honker's Ale and Young's Special London Ale.
Their On the Run (Dance Theater Workship, September 22-October 2, 1994) is a series of wild and crazy female stereotypes with a twist: little sisters who purposely misbehave because their dad's spankings turn them on, or suburban housewives who spend days getting soused, fantasizing themselves as (oafish) fan dancers, then sobering up for their husbands.
How, the reader might ask in reference to Robert Wooster's Soldiers, Suttlers, and Settlers, was anything accomplished by the motley, ill-equipped, assorted, bored, and often soused soldiers who occupied the military installations on the Texas frontier?
Another is the totally retooled "Himala" soused in piano and strings and where Janine trades verses with Carlyn Ocampo and Aubrey Caraan, both members of Pop Girls.
ON those summer Sundays my grandfather's garden would provide us with our tea: hot boiled potatoes smothered with salty Carmarthenshire butter, with tinned salmon and spring onions soused in peppered vinegar.