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  • 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 12 Gumbo 18666261911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 12 — Gumbo GUMBO, or Okra, termed also Okro, Ochro, Ketmia
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  • Gumbo
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  • Gumbo
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  • Gull Gully, John Gulpáïgán Gum Gümbel, Karl Wilhelm von, Baron Gumbinnen Gumbo Gumti Gumuljina Gumus Gümüsh-Khaneh Gun Guna Guncotton Gundulich, Ivan Gung'l
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  • GOCHE [Minister of State for National Security, born 1 Aug. 1946] Rugare GUMBO [Deputy Minister for Home Affairs, born 8 Mar. 1940] Richard HOVE [Politburo
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  • charmingest of volumes;" and a Negro Song-book, containing Sittin' on a Rail, Gumbo Squash, and Jim along Josey, from Broadbit, a sheet-anchor-man. The sad
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  • of prairie gumbo-which is mud mixed with tar, fly-paper, fish glue, and well-chewed chocolate-covered caramels. When cattle get into gumbo, the farmers
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  • where such commodities abound. And all on account of the mammoth pot of gumbo that bubbled, bubbled, bubbled out in the open air. Foché in shirt-sleeves
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  • for in advance to pay. Item, September 28, 1879. Editor's Note: The Gumbo, or Creole, given above may best be rendered into the Gullah of our English-speaking
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  • are decorated with horns. A box, covered with sheepskin, is called the gumbo box. A dozen beat on this, while other strike triangles and jawbones, to
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  • Alcée reached the ball very late, of course – too late for the chicken gumbo which had been served at midnight. The big, low-ceiled room – they called
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  • very often exposed for sale in the New Orleans market. The Creoles make gumbo of it, and pronounce the flesh palatable. Strix nebulosa, Gmel. Syst. Nat
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  • serve them with the gumbo-filé that she had come out of the field to cook at noon. She could afford to treat a guest to chicken gumbo, for she owned a half
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  • noodle are to be credited to them. Finally, the negro slaves brought in gumbo, goober, juba and voodoo (usually corrupted to hoodoo), and probably helped
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  • are concessions to foreign conventions. Recipes for Oysters and Shad, for Gumbo and Buckwheat Cakes, for Mint Juleps and Sweet Potatoes, for Pumpkins and
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  • or, before we know where we are, we shall find ourselves right in the gumbo. "I've noticed, Garny, old horse, that you haven't been the whale for work
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  • Boston Cooking-School Cook Book by Fannie Farmer Chapter 8 145031Boston Cooking-School Cook Book — Chapter 8Fannie Farmer Chapter VIII. SOUPS. It
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  • River Valley contain a black, sandy loam or a red, sticky clay called “gumbo.” A yellow loam is characteristic of some of the southern counties, which
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  • infernal, officious ass of a subconscious self had deposited him right in the gumbo. Behind that closed door, unattainable as youthful ambition, lay his gent's
    257 bytes (2,674 words) - 05:57, 15 April 2012
  • fancies that his feet are on solid ground can find himself immersed in Fate's gumbo. He recalled, with the bitterness with which one does recall such things
    262 bytes (3,947 words) - 08:06, 26 April 2012

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