(n.) An herb (Peucedanum graveolens), the seeds of which are moderately warming, pungent, and aromatic, and were formerly used as a soothing medicine for children; -- called also dillseed.
(a.) To still; to calm; to soothe, as one in pain.
(1) Titrations with urea, analyzed according to the heteropolymer theory [Alonso, D. O. V., & Dill, K. A.
(2) I asked her what she thought of the freezing weather here and she said she was used to it.” At lunch, Kate dined on herb-infused vegetable terrine, poached salmon with dill hollandaise sauce, lemon pearl barley risotto and sautéed vegetables.
(3) We conclude that the Dill-Glazko test should not be used.
(4) The ‘ukropi’ [‘dill people’, a derogatory term for Ukrainians] pounded us.
(5) Diffuse intermediate lymphocytic lymphoma (DILL) is considered a late stage in the progression of MZL.
(6) The Dill-Glazko test was affected by low urinary pH and by addition of erythrocytes to urine.
(7) These findings are in agreement with the mean field statistical thermodynamic theory of Dill, which predicts that increased stationary phase chain density should lead to increased anisotropic chain ordering and increased solute-shape selectivity.
(8) Walter Dill Scott was the major proponent of this theory, and it was largely through his writings that advertising men learned about the psychology of suggestion.
(9) Dill or fennel butter Substitute dill or fennel for the parsley.
(10) This study confirms the low sensitivity (less than 55%) of the Dill-Glazko test in urine, which is 100-1000 times less sensitive than the ELISA; the latter can detect 10-20 ng chloroquine per ml.
(11) These results suggest that the botanically related spices, coriander, anise and dill, contain common IgE-binding structures.
(12) To buy it from the Guardian Bookshop for £22.50, click here Uyen Luu’s seabass congee Facebook Twitter Pinterest Romas Foord for the Observer With kale, ginger and dill Congee is a soup usually made from leftover cooked rice and is a breakfast favourite in Vietnam.
(13) • 2814 North 16 Street, barriocafe.com CULINARY HEROES FnB Facebook Twitter Pinterest Photograph: Jill Richards Photography Among the Native American souvenir stores of Scottsdale old town, is the excellent FnB, a truly forward-thinking, showcase for the state’s native produce in veg-centric dishes: salad of persimmons with hazelnut, kohlrabi, dill and goat’s cheese.
(14) That night, as we sat around the fire, feasting on chicken and dill casserole washed down with Bryg brown ale, and with the sea only metres away, I felt the Danish concept of hygge – roughly meaning cosy or content.
(15) The authors establish that choleretic action of the dill oil is manifested comparatively slightly in uneven increase of the basic bile components.
(16) Recent lattice polymer simulations by Chan & Dill suggest that compactness may be a significant driving force in the formation of secondary structure.
(17) An improved method has been developed for the extraction of light filth from whole, cracked, or flaked spices (basil, bay leaves, clery leaves, chervil, chives, dill weed, mint flakes, parsley, rosemary, sage, tarragon, thyme, and vegetable flakes) and from ground spices (cloves, cumin, marjoram, mustard seed, oregano, sage, and thyme).
(18) A second survey in March 1971 found 15 of 47 complete compounds tested in Lassa, Dille and Yuba villages had at least one peron with serologically demonstrable experience with LF virus.
(19) In this connection vegetables (beet Bordeaux, turnip Petrovskaya, carrot Chantanet, dill, radish Virovsky white) and wheat (variety Sonora) were cultivated during the lunar light-dark cycle (i. e. 15 day light: 15 day dark).
(20) The authors present the results from the experiemental studies of choleretic action of the Bulgarian dill oil, produced by the firm "Bulgarian Rose" from the crop of 1970, on white rats.
(n.) See Picle.
(v. t.) A solution of salt and water, in which fish, meat, etc., may be preserved or corned; brine.
(v. t.) Vinegar, plain or spiced, used for preserving vegetables, fish, eggs, oysters, etc.
(v. t.) Any article of food which has been preserved in brine or in vinegar.
(v. t.) A bath of dilute sulphuric or nitric acid, etc., to remove burnt sand, scale rust, etc., from the surface of castings, or other articles of metal, or to brighten them or improve their color.
(v. t.) A troublesome child; as, a little pickle.
(v. t.) To preserve or season in pickle; to treat with some kind of pickle; as, to pickle herrings or cucumbers.
(v. t.) To give an antique appearance to; -- said of copies or imitations of paintings by the old masters.
(1) Pickles said that to restore its public standing, the corporation needed to be more transparent, including opening itself up to freedom of information requests.
(2) And any Labour commitment on spending is fatally undermined by their deficit amnesia.” Davey widened the attack on the Tories, following a public row this week between Clegg and Theresa May over the “snooper’s charter”, by accusing his cabinet colleague Eric Pickles of coming close to abusing his powers by blocking new onshore developments against the wishes of some local councils.
(3) Mallon's finance and resources director, Paul Slocombe, thinks Pickles's argument is "slightly disingenuous" because the funding was part of the last spending review, which ends on 31 March.
(4) Dietary recommendations for cancer prevention advise reduced intake of fat; increased intake of fruits, vegetables, and grains; and moderate intake of alcohol and salt-cured, salt-pickled, and smoked foods.
(5) Pickles says he wants a high take-up of the council tax freeze since it will help council taxpayers with their cost of living, "bearing in mind that average council tax bills are more expensive than utility bills".
(6) Pickles said he would also be making an order under the Local Government Act 2000 to compel Rotherham council to hold all-out elections in 2016 and every fourth year thereafter.
(7) However, I have heard nothing from secretary of state Eric Pickles in the house of commons that gives me any comfort.
(8) The castings were cleaned by pickling or sandblasting and placed on their respective dies.
(9) Recently the company had to agree to a sales target with banks as part of a refinancing of its debt burden, which had come down to less than £1bn after the sale of Branston Pickle to Japanese Mizkan Group and the sale of Hartley's jams and Sun-Pat peanut butter to US company Hain Celestial.
(10) In a sign of the low esteem the celebrity wing of Hacked Off is held in cabinet circles the communities secretary, Eric Pickles, referred to Hugh Grant as "the leader of the opposition Lord Grant of Rodeo Drive".
(11) A spokesman for Pickles said: "We are fully supportive of all the government's policies on benefits.
(12) Someone, somewhere, must stand up to the bullying, hectoring hypocrisy of Cameron's "localism" act and his henchman, Pickles, in full "screw democracy" mode.
(13) We deplore the proposal of the secretary of state Eric Pickles to “take over” the democratically elected council in Tower Hamlets ( Report , 5 November).
(14) The future James I resorted to them on several occasions in Scotland: in 1600, for instance, he had two alleged assassins pickled in whisky, vinegar and allspice, put on trial, and then mutilated.
(15) Anisakiasis is a zoonotic disease caused by the ingestion of larval nematodes in raw seafood dishes such as sushi, sashimi, ceviche, and pickled herring.
(16) This study shows that eating a sufficient quantity of certain types of pickles causes marked changes in the human stomach.
(17) It is clear the teenagers – including Pickles – love Matthew Burton, one of the school's assistant heads, who, with his skinny-fitting suit, brown brogues, shaggy hair and loose floral tie, looks more like the singer in an indie group than an English teacher.
(18) But his remarks will be a serious embarrassment to the coalition after local government secretary Eric Pickles announced the most severe cuts in local government funding for a generation, with some of the poorest areas receiving the biggest reductions.
(19) The communities and local government secretary, Eric Pickles, met voters in the village of Hamble with the Tory candidate Maria Hutchings, who was forced to deny making potentially damaging remarks about immigration and gay people after launching her campaign on Friday.
(20) In so far as can be gleaned , the 120,000 families whose feral ways Mr Pickles and the prime minister like pointing to were totted up using outdated surveys concerned not with the school skiving, crime and loutishness that dominated yesterday's spin.