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rich cake usually covered with cream and fruit or nuts

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(263.) Torten & Tyler, supra note 247, at 1096.
Camera (color, Super 16-to-HD, HD), Sean Kirby, Igor Martinovic; editors, Joshua Altman, Bini, Gabriel Rhodes; music, Philip Sheppard; music supervisor, Liz Gallacher; sound, Tom Efinger; sound designer, Abigail Savage; additional camera, Donald Lee, Michael Torten. Reviewed at Sundance Film Festival (competing), Jan 24, 2010.
The awards for longest drive and nearest to the pin went to Al-Ghamdi and Swedish team captain Torten Skold.
And the quiet pastoral of the beginning of the poem's third section is suddenly obliterated by a stanza that projects murder: Radnoti's own brutal execution: "I will lie broken, out of sight of men, / in the mouth and in the eye the wormed earth will lie, / roots will transfix my body then" ("torten heverek majd, senkise lat; ferges fold fekszik szajamban es szememben / s testem gyokerek verik at").
Her torten, which she baked herself, albeit on rare occasion, were as light as Dehmel's and tastier.
(2.) Samuel Torten, Stephen Feinberg, and William Fernekes, "The Significance of Rationale Statements in Developing a Sound Holocaust Education Program," in Teaching and Studying the Holocaust, eds.
Monthly growth was monitored by measuring oyster height (length) to the nearest mm using vernier calipers except at Torten Inlet, where oysters were measured only at the beginning and end of the experiment.
Indeed, as dedicated 'foodies' the team at this innovative Colchester-based company has attained new creative heights, offering a broad portfolio of products that incorporate everything from cake, gateau and torten through to cheesecakes, meringues and parfaits.
(20.) Pedersen NC, Torten M, Rideout B, Sparger E, Tonachini T, Luciw PA, et al.
Pill Harriers scored three times in their 20-10 victory over Nantymoel with tries from Gareth Lloyd, Jim Torten and Gareth Hessell.
Other occurrences of fractures in these types of deposits are noted in unpublished reports of the glacial geology of Sandusky, Seneca, Huron, Crawford, and Lorain counties in north-central Ohio (Angle 1987; Fernandez 1986; Torten 1985, 1987, 1989).
and consists of an elegantly set table for coffee service and an array of desserts that include things such as cookies, kugelhopf, or very elaborate torten. When I realized not only the wonderful nutrition of whole grain breads but also the social pleasure that baked goods provide, I knew that I wanted to be involved in this field at some level.
(10) James Hosek and Mark Torten, "Serving Away from Home: How Deployments Influence Reenlistment" (Santa Monica, CA: The RAND Corporation, 2002).
Torten, JD, is a partner in the Chicago, Illinois, office of Perkins Cole, LLP.
Simple bar-grate, W-shaped canopies; open ceilings; and rusted torten sled signage complete the building's understated elegance.