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- n. malolactic fermentation
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In the Fiji Islands, Hawaii, and other parts of Polynesia, the paper-mulberry, Papyrius papyrifera.
- n. A cloth or girdle made from the fiber of the paper-mulberry. See Broussonetia, kapa, tapa, aute, and wauke.
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Ma Alla stazione di XX miglia sono stato cacciato in malo modo perchè venendo dalla Francia avevo voglia di un cappuccino come si deve, e lì me lo hanno servito che taboccava, con la schiuma che cadeva da tutte le parle, quando mi sono lamentato mi hanno cacciato; in un ristorante (d’estate) sul lungomare, i camerieri mi hanno ignorato del tutto, quando mi sono manifestato mi hanno quasi buttato fuori.
The seventh petition is: Sed libera nos a malo, that is as much for to say: Deliver us from all evil that letteth us for to love thee.
To that end, this wine is fermented entirely in stainless steel and malo-lactic fermentation was strictly avoided.
The final blend is 60% viognier and 40% chardonnay (both lots of fruit sourced from Martha Clara Vineyards), all fermented in stainless steel without any malo-lactic fermentation.
And my brain only has enough room to remember some of the stuff I learned in college, grad school, and for work ... so my spanish will be muy malo.
If I begin a conversation with any Mexican by apologizing for my bad Spanish (disculpa mi Español es malo) most Mexicans become very helpful, they really appreciate it when an expatriate will at least try to speak their language.
A flashy development of the original is “Malo malo malo malo malo malo malo, quam dente vento occurrere,” which means approximately “I would rather meet with a bad apple, with a bad tooth, than a bad mast with [i.e. in] a bad wind.”
Incidentally, I am rather tickled by the especially turgid German rendering of “Malo malo malo malo,” namely “Ich möchte lieber in einem Apfelbaum sein als ein schlechter Mann im Unglück,” which proves that strict case structure of a language does not necessarily guarantee anything remotely like concision.
El dinero no es malo, avarício sí es. brent mazbook1
January 13th, 2009 at 2: 58 pm pro malo publico ...
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