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- n. A stew of sliced turnips and carrots, a widely-used food ration for British soldiers in front-line trenches during World War I.
I dined off a maconochie, and was wondering whether I dare lie down to sleep, when I was called out to take a message to and remain at the 13th
The maconochie tin which he had placed on a seat and a tin of beef with a Libby label held her eyes as though they were things new and extraordinary.
Bompard, on his knees, and with a maconochie tin in his left hand, raised his head and looked.
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