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GEL

ISO 4217 code for the Georgian lari. It was introduced in 1995, replacing the kupon lari, which had replaced the Soviet ruble and was suffering from hyperinflation. The lari is a floating currency.
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Jell, discovers the pilgrim, means "to come to the consistency of jelly." If you have a hassle with this, you will enjoy telling a newbie to English how to pronounce vaseline v.
Because sugar increases pectin's ability to jell, it affects the texture and consistency of jellies and jams as they cool and set.
The ASBO bans Jell, from Hawkhurst, Kent, from "Writing or displaying abusive comments or to write names or nicknames of any person/or the contact details of any person in a public place".
Available in seven SKUs, including Freezer Peps, Jell Cups, Jell Tubes, Liquid Squeezers, Nipple Ready Singles, and Blue and Clear Blue Raspberry Liters.
Some fruits contain enough natural pectin to jell with nothing but sugar added.
My realization came when I was discussing the importance of screens forming quickly and suggested that well-designed pages are those that take no more than 20 seconds to jell. A couple of web designers in the room became agitated and argued that no web page worth its salt could meet that "narrow" standard.
The mixture must cook longer than the recipe (or pectin) is designed for, and the pectin in the bottom of the pan stays hot long enough to lose its jelling properties before the top of the mixture reaches the jell point.
Wild plums which do not separate easily from the twigs are not fully ripened, but should be included in a harvest to add a tang of taste, and more importantly--natural pectin (the substance that makes jelly jell).
Sergeant Peter Jell said: "You can't get a clearer case of the seat belt's value."