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YARGYouth Action Research Group (Washington, DC)
YARGYet Another Roleplaying Game (Germany)
YARGYet Another Rally Golf
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8 If you want to splash out and sit down with some black-peppered goats cheese whipped with white truffle oil, followed by Cornish yarg, no problem; if you want a burger and chips with tomato ketchup, no problem; if you want something in between - an everyday meal such as a steak and kidney pie and vegetables, and somewhere to sit down to eat it - you need to strike lucky, perhaps at Newton Abbot or Bangor or Carlisle, because a lot of racecourses have abandoned the middle ground, if they ever occupied it.
As for desserts, the cheese included Yorkshire mature cheddar from Pickering, creamy and mild blue vein Shropshire Blue and Cornish Yarg, a semi-hard cheese with a nettle leaf rind.
"Cornish Yarg is very popular because it's wrapped in nettles so it looks lovely and green.
The food, relying heavily on local produce, is good - Cornish salt cod starters, Tregarrow asparagus, Bodinnick Farm lamb, and the celebrated Cornish yarg cheese - but the views are absolutely sensational.
Alan Cunningham, managing director of Yarg Biometrics, who are developing the technology, said: 'It's a cashless system that gets rid of the need for money or smartcards, which kids can lose.
The Youth Action Research Group (YARG) interviewed black and Latino youth all over D.C.
The line includes Berkeley Blue, Dorset Blue Vinney, Cornish Yarg, Smugglers Blue, plus several organic cheeses, all new to the U.S.
Other offerings include our own Fowler's Little Derby from Earlswood, Cornish Yarg, Bishop Kennedy and Desmond.
The author seems to explain that forms of yarg instead of yaderg (from adarraga 'make') or of argo instead of adrago are due to d becoming r.