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FIGS

An acronym for a type of municipal convertible bond.
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About the California Fig Advisory Board and the California Fresh Fig Growers Association The California Fig Advisory Board and California Fresh Fig Growers Association promote awareness and the use of California-produced dried and fresh figs domestically and internationally.
Baked figs and banana yoghurt Method Slice the bananas and spread on a sheet of baking paper.
Nowadays, there are well over 800 varieties of cultivated common fig, in all shapes and sizes.
Fig leaves reduce the amount of insulin needed by diabetic patients who have to regularly take insulin injections.
4 Place your cake mix on top of your fig discs in your tin – don't fill more than three quarters of the way as this mix will rise like nothing else
7 FIGS can be also be eaten poached in syrup and served with a little creme fraiche or mascarpone or as fig jam.
In the the Bible's Book of Genesis, Adam and Eve covered themselves with fig leaves after eating a forbidden fruit.
Stages in the development of the bipolar metaphase spindle are shown in Fig.
In addition to being a food source, the bark and roots from fig trees are used for manufacturing items such as barkcloth, handicrafts, shields and buildings.
Health benefits of figs can be attributed to the presence of minerals, vitamins and fibre in them.
The fig is both male and female, both flower and fruit.
Syria exports dried figs to most of the world countries, particularly to Russia, Egypt and the Gulf States.