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- n. A sheatfish
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Apparently, trim, or some such sense.
- n. An obsolete form of sheet.
- n. The shad.
- n. An obsolete or dialectal form of shote.
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Now you've inspired me to start baking with more whole sheat flour.
The main reason for making a chocolate that melts at higher temperatures is so that it can be sold in hot countries - it'sheat-resistant up to 55C 131F whereas most chocolate starts to melt at 30C.
Or u finds urself a cheet sheat so vous does not has to remember not to oublier les codes necessary:
To Barb - on the sheat part riding up - yeah, me too.
In that article he presents a graph which is actually corrected in a separate sheat of 400 data sets from northern hemisphere.
Sekleteya, his cook and servant, and a black, shaggy dog, with a snout as blunt as that of a sheat-fish.
Of river-fish, the male of the sheat-fish is remarkably attentive to the young.
The egg of the sheat-fish is as big as a vetch-seed; the egg of the carp and of the carp-species as big as a millet-seed.
In the case of the sheat-fish the growth from the egg is exceptionally slow, and, in consequence, the male has to keep watch for forty or fifty days to prevent the-spawn being devoured by such little fishes as chance to come by.
As a general rule, the male fish is better eating than the female; but the reverse holds good of the sheat-fish.