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  • It might be an Egyptian Fayoumi of the Nile, or perhaps a Cuckoo Maran, a French breed laying chocolate-colored eggs … It was always exciting to see who turned up in the order.

    Birdology

  • Our learned colleague, M. Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire, to whom I am indebted for this anecdote, has stated in fact that Soleyman and Fayoumi, the principal of the Egyptian chiefs, whose punishment, thanks to our colleague, was so happily transformed into a banquet, seized every occasion of extolling among their countrymen the generosity of the French.

    Biographies of Distinguished Scientific Men

  • Fayoumi, the principal of the Egyptian chiefs, whose punishment, thanks to our colleague, was so happily transformed into a banquet, seized every occasion of extolling among their countrymen the generosity of the

    Biographies of Distinguished Scientific Men

  • Fayoumi says the sugar-and-fat laden meals bring mostly middle-aged patients back to the hospital with high blood sugar or heartburn.

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  • "Because people aren't eating, their bodies are resting," says Fayoumi.

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