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  • This substance was named choline after the Greek word chole, which means bile.

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  • Hi Anjali, came to this post from Meera'a -- I have never tried chana dal in chole before.

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  • I finally got on the right track by studying a Pakistani-Punjabi chickpea stew called chole.

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  • There are three forms of anger: rage, which the Greeks also call chole or cholos, menis and kotos.

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  • Ask about the complex flavors in the vibrant chickpea stew that accompanies the puffy rounds of fine-grained wheat flour bread called chole bhature $5.99, and your server might step next door to retrieve the spices themselves.

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  • Here, we have a traditional family recipe for "chole" or Garbanzo beans in a spicy gravy shared by Pinki of Desi-Fusion Corner.

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  • I actually did make some chole aka chana masala last night, but I’m not posting it here because I wasn’t completely enthralled with it.

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  • I am a doctor, and even things as 'routine' as a lap chole or a hernia repair or a revascularization procedure have so many variables that each patient is unique in the benefit that they may received from the procedure and what the procedure will entail for them and the complications they may face.

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  • It allows administration of larger volumes of blood or fluid and can be used to withdraw blood samples. cholangitis - inflammation of the bile ducts. chole - refers to bile. cholangiogram - a picture of the biliary tree. cirrhosis - the most advanced stage of liver scarring.

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  • The hearty, cheap and delicious street food treats like chole (fiery chickpea curry) with puri (fried bread), aloo tikki (potato croquettes stuffed with spices and served with mint, tamarind and yogurt) and a multitude of various savory chaat snacks.

    Paul Rockower: Indian Gastrodiplomacy to Help Feed Perceptions of an Emergent India

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