GRAS


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AcronymDefinition
GRASGenerally Recognized As Safe
GRASGenerally Regarded As Safe
GRASGNSS (combined GPS and GLONASS positioning systems) Receiver for Atmospheric Sounding
GRASGlobal Rent-a-Scope (various locations)
GRASGround-based Regional Augmentation System (Australia)
GRASGrüne und Alternative Studentinnen (Austrian Green Student's Party)
GRASGroupe de Recherche et d'Action pour la Santé
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It might be the lost photograph, she wrote, but unfortunately, the image of Le Gras appeared to have faded away.
Visitors who flocked to join in the carnival atmosphere of the Mardi Gras on Saturday, at Cooper's Field behind Cardiff Castle, were entertained by the likes of Amy Wadge and Eighties singers Sonia and Hazel Dean.
Maritime Executive reported that the 344.4m Mardi Gras would also be North America's first cruise ship to be powered by liquefied natural gas.
In Alsace, foie gras is appreciated on top of what they call pan de mie, a type of soft bread.
The week featured a series of activities including a Mardi Gras 'king and queen' costume competition.
Over at Applebee's, their drink of the month, the Dollar Hurricane, is available through Mardi Gras. The mix of rum, passion fruit, orange, black cherry and lime is just $1 at participating locations.
Folly Gras 2019 drew more than 11,000 people, a record for events hosted by the Folly Association of Business, including some in "party buses," according to a news release.
One critic says it has as near a "Michelin-quality as you'll find, but with the added bonus that the lack of stars stops the menu prices going through the roof." Indeed it is there I've learned how to order Foie Gras specifying "cold or hot" in Brussels.
In Contested Tastes , Michaela DeSoucey takes us to farms, restaurants, protests, and political hearings in both the US and France to reveal why people care so passionately about foie gras -- and why we should care too, according to a review on the Princeton University Press website.
She writes: "Foie gras is nothing more than a diseased liver produced in a real-life Hell's Kitchen.
Chief of Chiefs: Robert Nathaniel Lee and the Mardi Gras Indians of New Orleans, 1915-2001