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FIGS

An acronym for a type of municipal convertible bond.
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* Stuff figs with crumbled vegan cheese or crumbled, flavored firm tofu or seitan.
The most treasured fig tree in the world is in Sri Lanka; it is said that this particular tree grew from a cutting sent from India in 288 B.C.
Botanist Prof Khalid Khan said figs with botanical name 'Focus Palmata' from family moraceae were grown mostly in orchards in the subtropical regions in Afghanistan, which were bigger and tastier than the Pakistani ones.
He said dried figs had natural sugars, minerals and soluble fibre in large quantity.
They are not unlike like the opulent decorative lamps of the Middle East which is, of course, where the fig originates from.
They taste amazing together, especially if you add extra honey to drizzle over the juicy syrup that's created with the honey and fig juice during the bake.
Peel away from the hand turning the glove inside out (Fig. 7).
He was met by Bernama at the launch of the Fig Harbvesting Season at Benefigs, in Janda Baik, by Ketari Assemblywoman Young Syefura Othman yesterday.
'We enjoying dry fruits specially my family like to eat Figs while doing different activities on weekends and during long winter vacation when all my cousins and relatives come to enjoy winter vacation here with us,' Saqib Danish said.
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