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  • noun boiled or baked buckwheat


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  • WHEREAS it appears that it would be in the public interest to reserve such lands as a national monument to be known as the Kasha-Katuwe Tent Rocks National Monument:

    Proclamation On Establishment Of Kasha Katuwe Tent Rocks

  • Kasha aka buckwheat is a herb of the genus Fagopyrum.

    Diner's Journal

  • Kasha aka buckwheat is a herb of the genus Fagopyrum.

    Diner's Journal

  • (You may recall Kasha had been adopted last year but that didn't work out, so she's been back at the ranch for several months.)

    Rolling Dog Ranch Animal Sanctuary

  • The lander was approaching the small field that served its isolation, a wide, dusty stretch guarded by a single control Jim stared out at the tower as the lander settled onto the flinching slightly as the vessel's power abruptly switched there was no renewal of the attack he'd felt before, now that he the bottom of A'Kasha's gravity well.

    Step into Chaos

  • Among those projects were "Al-Kuds" (96-98) in collaboration with musician / text writer Mariano Weinstein, "Kasha" (99) a duet in which Emanuel created the music as well, - Budapest Sun Archive Channel RSS Feed

  • The show originated when the Broadway producer Lawrence Kasha invited Messrs.

    Roundabout Ushers In an Old Favorite

  • Kasha Diehl said she and her family evacuated earlier for two weeks.

    Thousands Flee Flooding

  • The odd thing was that over lunch almost exactly forty-eight hours after this, unprompted by me or anyone else, our London colleague Kasha Jenkinson, said it across the table to Gillian: “sarnies”!


  • I submitted "Dr. Beltzov's Kasha Oil Diet" to Harper's and they bought it.

    EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Larry Eisenberg


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  • Kasha is the brand name of a soft napped fabric blending wool and hair. Vicuña hair was originally used, but the species was declared endangered in the 1970's, and has since been protected.

    April 1, 2011