from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Informal A carbohydrate.
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- n. carbohydrate
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A name of several black water-birds.
- n. In pharmacy, charcoal.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Idk, Its not that big a deal I guess with arrows, so carbo is fine, I just want to keep everything as traditional as it gets, Besides making my own bow, I know someone who could help me do it right now but I just want to try it first.
Maybe the carbo-phobes should all move to Antarctica where they could try to thrive on wind and solar power.
She's convinced six million, slightly daft, wayward, Oprahfied, single women across the globe, that the key to repair and regeneration after a monumentally failed relationship lies in exotic globe trotting and carbo loading.
For a few months of every year, they must depend heavily on bread and potatoes, a carbo-diet which leads to malnutrition.
If you've read any of my bread-baking adventures, you know that I am unabashedly the source of the majority of my mom's carbo-loading during the week.
I have seen photos of carbo arrows that have shattered, the effects are devestating.
#1: Morning meeting carbo load - Despite your best intentions, you give in and indulge when it comes to eating something doughy and sweet at the morning meeting.
Traditionally, runners "carbo-load" to maximize the storage of glycogen pre-race.
The peanut and spinach curry is on the menu for tomorrow's lunch ... and I'll serve it with rice AND naan -- carbo-licious!!!
Nutrition facts per serving (12): 187 cal., 6 g total fat (1 g sat. fat), 55 mg chol., 111 mg sodium, 30 g carbo., 1 g fiber, 4 g pro. comments
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