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  • n. deliberate misspelling of pack

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Examples

  • Bok choy (also known as pak choy, celery mustard, Chinese chard and spoon cabbage).

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  • Good news. i hope we will at least use one pak-made - green paint - to make JF17 eligible of being called pak-built.

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  • It's all about collecting the slippery seeds within for making the pumpkin seed dip called ha-sikil-pak, which is Mayan for water-pumpkin seed-tomato.

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  • I love that this was marketed as a time-saver -- don't wait for your fabric to be cut, just grab a "pak" and go!

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  • 5 Tanggapan ke "Kopdar @ Pasar Kreasi, Myflexiland, dll." di / pada 18 September 2008 pada 6: 36 pm Irfan kok fotonya gak pada di tag pak?? di / pada 18 September 2008 pada 6: 45 pm

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  • There are some issues with Eliminate picking up the textures for the models (as the two systems use different formats) but otherwise installing the ". pak" maps essentially allows you to play

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  • this is an open invitation to all of you to send your photograph AND write a letter, song, story, essay, poem, lyric, AND to send a tiny (wee tiny) teddy or stuffed animal to Liz, all as part of a care 'pak' from the Muses Muse group.

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  • Mr Lok said: "My wife does most of the work and she plants vegetables such as pak choi, choi sum and black bean.

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  • These days, the only Scandinavians who need to emigrate are people like the founders of Ikea and Tetra-pak, who leave in search of tax shelters. dmarina the anchovy potato gratin sounds delicious. i heard that a woman was selling authentic swedish pastries occasionally? at scandanavian specialties? dawn

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  • Quarter Branch is back with its fall harvest of pak choi, Swiss chard, cilantro and basil and beets, radishes, sweet turnips and sweet, tender shelling peas.

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