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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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • are concessions to foreign conventions. Recipes for Oysters and Shad, for Gumbo and Buckwheat Cakes, for Mint Juleps and Sweet Potatoes, for Pumpkins and
    350 bytes (3,188 words) - 13:23, 19 September 2012
  • 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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  • Boston Cooking-School Cook Book by Fannie Farmer Chapter 17 145040Boston Cooking-School Cook Book — Chapter 17Fannie Farmer Chapter XVII. POULTRY
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  • been hinted, they stopped sixty miles northward, in a rain, also in much gumbo. Apparently their nearest approach to the Pacific Ocean would be this oceanically
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