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- n. Accompaniments to a meal.
- n. Domestic decorations for a room, especially Christmas decorations.
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- n. the accessories that normally accompany (something or some activity)
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The windowsill vase of rosemary contained the trimmings from a branch broken off by the kittens.
Web 2.0 and all its trimmings is no exception to this trend, in fact it glories in all things transient.
It was delicious, and true to its name, had loads of pork bones (the trimmings from the back bone where you really have to dig in the get at the meat), topped with this very light, not-sweet-at-all sauce.
You can make it with salmon trimmings from the fish shop, and use the included bones for a stock, if you are so inclined, following the basic method for shrimp stock below.
All the gardeners in the area dumped all the trimmings from the houses they worked at in that lot.
I will therefore beg you to consider the twenty-one hours past, and Louisville reached in safety, where hot tea and "trimmings" -- as the astute young
There were oranges, apples, bananas, several of each; a bunch of soup-greens, scraps of fresh meat -- evidently butchers '"trimmings" -- odds and ends of vegetables; while in the midst of the melee three live crabs struck out in as many directions for freedom.
It's all out there and collegiate are eating it up the information, not the nether region trimmings, that is.
The trimmings are a kind of pioneer art-deco that springs from the same place as the music of Aaron Copland and the art Thomas Hart Benton.
VLADIMIR POSNER, REPORTER: You could get a very authoritarian regime with Democratic trimmings, which is to say you have a parliament elected by the people, you can't deny that.
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