(n.) A vegetable production of many kinds, fragrant or aromatic and pungent to the taste, as pepper, cinnamon, nutmeg, mace, allspice, ginger, cloves, etc., which are used in cookery and to flavor sauces, pickles, etc.
(n.) Figuratively, that which enriches or alters the quality of a thing in a small degree, as spice alters the taste of food; that which gives zest or pungency; a slight flavoring; a relish; hence, a small quantity or admixture; a sprinkling; as, a spice of mischief.
(v. t.) To season with spice, or as with spice; to mix aromatic or pungent substances with; to flavor; to season; as, to spice wine; to spice one's words with wit.
(v. t.) To fill or impregnate with the odor of spices.
(v. t.) To render nice or dainty; hence, to render scrupulous.
(1) Spices are widely used for flavouring food and are mostly grown in the tropics.
(2) Patients with duodenal ulcer were more often native from the Magreb and their nutrition was more often rich in spices in comparison to patients with gastric ulcer.
(3) A strong EBV activation activity was observed in aqueous extracts of some Cantonese salted dried fish from China, harissa (a spice mixture) and to a lesser extent qaddid (dry mutton preserved in olive oil) from Tunisia.
(4) The overall population may be exposed to TCE through household cleaning fluids, decaffeinated coffee, and some spice extracts.
(5) I mean, we all taught each other stuff, but she taught us all .” Was that her main role in the Spice Girls?
(6) However, almost anything can be used to blush water into wine: fruits, vegetables, flowers, spices, teabags – whatever you think might taste good.
(7) Almond lamb curry: Atul Kochhar This dish derives its main flavour from a spice blend called vadagam, which can be a little tedious to make.
(8) In Group I (n = 32) a statistically significantly higher % of patients (47%) showed positive reactions to 1 or more spices, compared with 15% in Group II (N = 71).
(9) In our experience the occurrence of urticaria, angioedema or anaphylaxis after meals in Chinese or Indonesian restaurants is more often due to IgE-mediated Type I food allergy, caused by consumption of shrimp, peanut or spices, in particular those of the parsley family (e.g.
(10) The design tool taken into account is the world-wide used electrical simulator SPICE.
(11) Matthew Watson, a scientist at Bristol University and the principal investigator of Spice, told Nature magazine that two scientists involved in the project had not been initially forthcoming that they had submitted patents for technology similar to that used in the project before Spice was proposed.
(12) Manchester United 2-2 Liverpool: the Class of 92, Spice Boys and Cantona’s return Read more He did not do it all by himself – there was considerable assistance from Eric Harrison and other United youth coaches along the way and even a short loan spell at Preston North End played its part – but from the moment Beckham became a first-team regular he appeared fully armed and fully formed.
(13) The only significant association (p less than .01, odds ratio = 15) was found between an attack of cholera and eating laebmoo--an uncooked pork preparation with Thai spices and chili.
(14) An experiment explored how well young, middle-aged, and elderly subjects could discriminate the presence or absence of the spice marjoram in a soup prepared according to a published recipe.
(15) Among the spices, the highest numbers of reactions were found to nutmeg (28%), paprika (19%) and cloves (12%) in the indicator-positive Group I. Fragrance-mix turned out to be a particularly important indicator allergen, especially for paprika, nutmeg and cloves.
(16) I remember standing by the side of the stage, thinking, "I'm about to follow the Spice Girls" and giggling to myself.
(17) Another member of her circle, the rapacious slum landlord Peter Rachman, had himself become a symbol of the greed and materialism of the affluent society, adding more spice to the mix.
(18) The foods were cream, homogenized milk, raw milk, cheese, raw chicken, raw oysters, frozen broccoli, flour, and spices.
(19) One is for loin of pork spiced with green peppercorns.
(20) Add the cashew mixture, spices, salt and tomato puree and stir for 2-3 minutes until thoroughly combined.
(n.) A small plug or wooden pin, used to stop a vent, as in a cask.
(n.) A small tube or spout inserted in a tree for conducting sap, as from a sugar maple.
(n.) A large stake driven into the ground as a support for some superstructure; a pile.
(v. t.) To supply with a spile or a spigot; to make a small vent in, as a cask.