salmi

[ US /ˈsɑɫmi/ ]
NOUN
  1. ragout of game in a rich sauce
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  • Also I don't use a bag - just dribbled the oil & balsalmic on and then squoosh it around with my hands. Recipe for Roasted Green Beans with Mushrooms, Balsamic, and Parmesan
  • He is blood-kin to the Psalmists and the Prophets of the Old Testament.
  • A salmi is an oldfangled, richly flavored game stew — often served, like chipped beef, over toast — that was a delicacy popular in the 1890s. How To Cook Salmi Of Wild Duck
  • He was to be commended; therefore do I promise, that from henceforth no malefactor shall by justice be executed within my jurisdiction of Salmigondinois, who shall not, for a day or two at least before, be permitted to culbut and foraminate onocrotalwise, that there remain not in all his vessels to write Gargantua and Pantagruel, Illustrated, Book 3
  • A juicy pigeon was perched on the edge of the tart, accompanied by a rich salmis made from its liver and heart. The White Stuff: Fleur de Sel Worth Its Salt
  • Money is definitely important as modern teaching and research facilities are expensive, " Jamil Salmi, the World Bank's higher education coordinator and a co-author of the report, told SciDev.Net.
  • One of the wonderful gifts of David, the primary psalmist, was his ability to compose songs of praise and lead the Israelites in worship through song.
  • The psalmist had adapted this picture to refer to the spiritual offerings of prayer, praise and proclamation.
  • • Le salmis de pieuvre au girofle Mauritius de Stelio Perombelon, chef des Cons servent et du Pullman ak Christmas in September
  • When the psalmist wrote this verse, he declared that man's average lifespan was seventy to eighty years.
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