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Sobrassada - Ingredients and Varieties
... Bigger and thicker ones are called cular or pultrums, and the largest type are huge pork bladders called bufetes or bisbe (bishop) ... Thicker varieties have larger curation terms, allowing spreading its consumption over the year (thinner during winter, thicker during summer-autumn) ...
Thicker Than Water (2005 Film) - External Links
... Thicker than Water at the Internet Movie Database Thicker than Water on Hallmark Channel Thicker than Water at AllRovi ...
Guqin Strings - Overview - Silk Strings
... The top thicker strings (i.e ... the zhongqing 〖中清〗 is thinner, whilst the jiazhong 〖加重〗 is thicker ... three gauges have practical relevance as thinner strings sound better on thicker instruments and vice versa, compensating for the thickness of the instrument and thus the potential tone and volume ...
Arctic Geoengineering - Building Thicker Sea Ice
... pumping water onto the top of it which would build thicker sea ice ... Thicker sea ice is more structurally stable, and is more resistant to melting due to its increased mass ...
Thicker Than Water (album)
... Thicker than Water is the title of the second album released by H2O ... "Everready" and "Thicker than Water" were featured in the Electronic Arts' PlayStation game, Street Sk8er ...

Famous quotes containing the word thicker:

    A hair plucked from a rich man is thicker than a poor man’s waist.
    Chinese proverb.

    What if this cursed hand
    Were thicker than itself with brother’s blood,
    Is there not rain enough in the sweet heavens
    To wash it white as snow?
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)

    O, my offense is rank, it smells to heaven;
    It hath the primal eldest curse upon ‘t,
    A brother’s murder. Pray can I not,
    Though inclination be as sharp as will;
    My stronger guilt defeats my strong intent,
    And like a man to double business bound
    I stand in pause where I shall first begin,
    And both neglect. What if this cursed hand
    Were thicker than itself with brother’s blood,
    Is there not rain enough in the sweet heavens
    To wash it white as snow?
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)