C and W

NOUN
  1. a simple style of folk music heard mostly in the southern United States; usually played on stringed instruments
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  • A table at the bottom compared the calorie content of 100 ml of beer with the same amount of gin, rum, whisky, cognac and wine.
  • Remove plastic and wooden handles from frying pans and saucepans.
  • Five minutes down the tarmac and we take an open and contouring track south-east.
  • The manaesh, a slightly thicker bread crusted with sour crushed sumac and wild Armenian thyme, was pretty great too, especially when you toast it at home and have it with your coffee in the morning.
  • He is a first-class pianist and organist and has composed music and written and published his own poems.
  • And this finished, self-cleaning, anti-static and weather-resistant structure is itself maintenance free for 25 years.
  • The body armour is electronic and we have sensors in the socks that cover our feet. The Sun
  • The body armour is electronic and we have sensors in the socks that cover our feet. The Sun
  • Few details are known of the original Colossus of Rhodes, which was built by a local sculptor between 304 and 292BC and whose face was reputedly modelled on that of Alexander the Great.
  • He loved music and was a caller at local barn dances and enjoyed sequence dances.
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