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FIGS

An acronym for a type of municipal convertible bond.
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It should be noted that Azerbaijan Gymnastics Federation was stably included into the rating list of the strongest federations of the FIG, which comprises 148 federations, in 2014, 2015 and 2016.
Once, after picking a big 'Brown Turkey' fig, I held it by the stem and bit off about one-third of the big guy.
ISLAMABAD -- Cold spell has blanketed many parts of the country, the freezing temperatures widely spurred the demand of dry fruits especially Figs (Anjeer) as it offers significant health benefits.
OCCURRENCE IN THE MARITIME PROVINCES: Cumberland Basin (Nova Scotia): locality 208 (GSC 283a--unpublished specimen from Ami collection, 1897; here as Fig.
puff pastry fig rolls INGREDIENTS: | 1 block of all-butter puff pastry | Plain flour, for rolling | 250g dried figs | Zest and juice of a small, unwaxed lemon | 100ml cold water | 1/2 tsp.
This week's column is titled Raiders of the Lost Figs.
I finally met the fig and managed to link it with my childhood biscuit of choice.
3 IT is best to eat fresh figs within a couple of days because they can perish quickly.
In some cultural beliefs the fig tree leaves possess antidiabetic properties good for diabetic patients and reduces the need for insulin injections.
The fig is one of the very oldest cultivated fruits, commonly believed to have been first grown as a crop in Syria about 11,000 years ago.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Figs and fig trees are familiar to a wide cross-section of human society, both as a common food and for their spiritual importance.
Collections were made almost every week during the period from May 2005 through April 2008 as part of the monitoring program of the Aquarium of Veracruz (AVM), and two monthly monitoring programs were performed by ICIMAP-UV, from September 2006 through September 2007 (CEP-I), and from April 2007 through May 2008 (CEP-II; Fig.