Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- A dialectal variant of hang.
- n. An East Indian name for asafetida.
“The production of red meat requires a far greater input of energy then comes out of its consumption yet still I hear no bitc hing from the boys about this nor any effort to eat lower on the food chain ….”
“From all the bit*hing from the Republicans, this is the only way President-elect Obama will get anything done. —”
“Ferula asafoetida, or in Hindi, hing, is a resinous spice that is used often in Indian bean cookery.”
“The important hing is that there is a person, a symbol, that represents the identity of the team and its supporters out there yelling, cartwheeling, bravely acting the fool to show you aren’t out just yet.”
“* 2 tablespoons asafetida powder (commonly called as 'hing' in Hindi) * 24 cups water”
“Sun Hung Kai 's board subsequently appointed Thomas and Raymond Kwok, along with their 81-year-old mother, Kwong Siu-hing, to head the company.”
“Education among a labor shortage is a great hing, but an education in a surplus labor market simply lowers wages.”
“The fact is Obama has to send in more troops as the trigger happy Bush and Cheney dropped the ball to go after Iraq and now the job must be completed, and even though we know who to blame Obama is man enough to take it all and do the right hing.”
“But I have dropped the Birtht hing and the Rev Wright crap.”
“Mr. Obama has called for establis hing an infrastructure bank that would promote public-private projects.”
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Culinary terms from Pakistan, Nepal, India, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka.
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