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Most of what I find in the stores in crema acida and thick but I know there is a runnier crema - I'm failing to find it but prefer it to the thick crema acida. esperanza
half and half cream 2007
Pepper gas also has burning agents, Another detail .. the water hoses that had been used by the PFP is 'agua acida' ie it has additives to cause the water to burn the skin of demonstrators.
New thread, Oaxaca 2006
Accompanying dominant species include Hymenocardia acida, Bauhinia thonningii, Dombeya quinqueseta, Acacia, Grewia and Bridelia spp.,
Examples of these include Hymenocardia acida, Erythrina abyssinica, Piligostigma thonningii, and Cussonia angolensis.
Punica mala aurantia commode permittuntur modo non sint austera et acida.
Trees common throughout both northern and southern secondary grasslands include Annona senegalensis, Burkea africana, Combretum collinum, Hymenocardia acida, Pariniari curatelifolia, Stereospernum kunthianum, Strychnos spp. and Vitex spp.
Tiu cxi frukto, antauxe acida, estas nun matura: la nazo flaras gxian odoron agrablan, la mano esploras gxian glatan sxelon, baldaux la dentoj mordos gxian molan karnon kaj la lango gustumos gxian dolcxan sukon.
Soma is properly the juice of a milky plant (_asclepias acida_, or _sarcostemma viminale_), which, when fermented, is intoxicating.
Two Old Faiths Essays on the Religions of the Hindus and the Mohammedans William Muir 1859
But the most striking analogy perhaps is to be found in the worship paid by both to the intoxicating fermented juice of the plant _Asclepias acida_, called Soma in the Sanskrit and Haŏma in the Zend.
Ten Great Religions An Essay in Comparative Theology James Freeman Clarke 1849
This _Lecanium_, or a very closely allied species, has been observed in the Botanic Garden at Peradenia, on the _Citrus acida, Psidium pomiferum, Myrtus Zeylanica, Rosa Indica, Careya arborea, Vitex
Sketches of the Natural History of Ceylon James Emerson Tennent 1836