DISH


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AcronymDefinition
DISHDiffuse Idiopathic Skeletal Hyperostosis (orthopedics)
DISHDelivery of Improved Services for Health
DISHDigital Sky Highway
DISHDoctorants, Informatique et Sciences Humaines (French: Doctorants, Information Technology and Human Sciences)
DISHDigital Information Sky Highway (EchoStar Communications, Inc.)
DISHData Interchange for Shipping
DISHData Interchange Specifications Handbook (International Air Transport Association)
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But what further depreciates the whale as a civilized dish, is his exceeding richness.
The old white snails were the first persons of distinction in the world, that they knew; the forest was planted for their sake, and the manor-house was there that they might be boiled and laid on a silver dish.
'Truth.'" She poured into the dish a quantity from each of these bottles.
The next morning at breakfast Jotham Powell was between them, and Ethan tried to hide his joy under an air of exaggerated indifference, lounging back in his chair to throw scraps to the cat, growling at the weather, and not so much as offering to help Mattie when she rose to clear away the dishes.
To make this excellent breakfast dish, proceed as follows: Take a sufficiency of water and a sufficiency of flour, and construct a bullet-proof dough.
Then Ashputtel brought the dish to her mother, overjoyed at the thought that now she should go to the ball.
The chief thing I have to do is to attend at his dinners and suppers and allow him to eat what appears to me to be fit for him, and keep from him what I think will do him harm and be injurious to his stomach; and therefore I ordered that plate of fruit to be removed as being too moist, and that other dish I ordered to he removed as being too hot and containing many spices that stimulate thirst; for he who drinks much kills and consumes the radical moisture wherein life consists."
She was washing dishes by the light of a kerosene lamp.
He had no need to be strict with himself, as he had very quickly been brought down to the required light weight; but still he had to avoid gaining flesh, and so he eschewed farinaceous and sweet dishes. He sat with his coat unbuttoned over a white waistcoat, resting both elbows on the table, and while waiting for the steak he had ordered he looked at a French novel that lay open on his plate.
She set the dish on, touched my guardian quietly on the arm with a finger to notify that dinner was ready, and vanished.
In the place of the fowl a dish of haricot beans made its appearance--an enormous dish in which some bones of mutton that at first sight one might have believed to have some meat on them pretended to show themselves.
The table-linen was of the most beautiful damask, and the plates and dishes of real china, an article of great luxury at this early period of American commerce.