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  • 'A famous ballad also beginning -- _Rio verde, Rio verde_, when I commended the translation of it, he said he could do it better himself, as thus: --

    Life of Johnson, Volume 2 1765-1776

  • Melissa -- Canned salsa verde is better than no salsa verde!

    Carnitas, Houston style | Homesick Texan

  • Chile verde is (a) the name of a chile ... umm ... verde -- that is, the pepper, usually the serrano, or (b) the name of a prepared dish, the one I described to you earlier that's made with cubes of pork and salsa verde.

    EMERGENCY dinner question

  • The basis of a mole verde is the tomate verde, called a "tomatillo" north of the border.

    Chicken in green mole: Pollo en mole verde

  • The only thing I do different is make my own salsa verde, which is a snap.

    Chiliquiles recipes?

  • Someone said a beaten egg is stirred into the fried tortillas before the cream and salsa verde are added.

    Chiliquiles recipes?

  • Spartan or Taenarian was the kind known as verde antico.cf. Bekker,

    NPNF2-08. Basil: Letters and Select Works

  • Other issues remain between recognized Sovereign Nations and the US government including mineral right issues, natural resource husbandry and mediation, conflicts with government run museums (as well as a few private museums) over who has the right to various artifacts, what rights modern Indian peoples should and should not have when dealing with artifacts that are clearly earlier than the oldest known existence of any particular tribe (for example, who has rights to archaeological finds at mesa verde, which is not navajo nor pueble, but are a now-extinct tribe, Anisazii).

    Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]

  • Um pouquinho similar ao logotipo de uma petrol√≠fera que se pretende reinventar como uma empresa "verde".

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  • Crispy-bottomed little appetizer pizzas snap beneath cool green toppings like fava beans, asparagus, and arugula (for the "verde," a perfect storm of fresh spring produce and duck-fat-dough decadence), the prosciutto pie topped with silky folds of ham.

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