from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A Middle English form of seel.
- n. A Scotch variant of self.
- n. A simplified spelling of sell.
- n. An abbreviation of selected or selection
- n. of Selenium.
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The earthiness of pumpkin, softened with cream, permeates each chewy bite, followed by a whisper of spice, and the delicate crunch of fleur de sel is a clever detail, offsetting the sweetness of the candy.
“Recently, I had met all the wolf pack, but I finally met Tin [sel Korey] and Bronson [Pelletier] maybe two weeks ago,” Chon said.
Er starb och von got, won got der hat sich samenthaft gesenket jn sin sel vnd jn sin hertz, vnd das da geschach, das wurkt got jn jm.
J said ... oh michele, i am going weak-kneed with greed staring at those divine truffles - the touch of fleur de sel is pure genius!
They therefore carry traces of magnesium chloride and sulfate and calcium sulfate, as well as particles of clay and other sediments that give the crystals a dull gray cast unrefined French salts are called sel gris, “gray salt”.
Solution; A word seldom used in management as it is too categorical.
Some is done by hand, including the precious fleur de sel, which is mostly used as a final seasoning.
Vnd mit dem antruken do gieng das schwert durch sy baydy vnd durchschnaid och sant Johannes hertz vnd sin sel.
February 14, 2008 at 2:14 pm idk on teh typin, InfamouQBert, but in anser 2 yur furst Q, wii dun sel akahall @ No Plase in Particular.
"The verra question she'd be askin 'ye'sel' -- wha 'gars ye tae come gowkin' an 'spierin' aboot here at sic an hour?"