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Milky

In numismatics, describing a surface of a coin that appears unclear due to a white spot somewhere on it. This occurs most commonly on silver coins. This may affect the value of a coin.
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But once you open your eyes of course, you see that wild salmon has a much milkier, pink colour than the best of farmed salmon.
The new variant, which is, well, milder, and milkier than the original, was recently launched to members of the media, although the product has been on supermarket shelves since June.
Heifers from milkier cows are retained as replacements as Wyn attempts to reverse the effects of previous breeding decisions.
My drink was certainly much stronger than the other which had a milkier taste, so I presume we ended up with each other's drinks.
Sainsbury's was a little runnier and sweeter while the Muller Light was milkier and more, er yoghurty.
Just a few weeks ago, they were chosen by Singaporean author Bryan Koh to launch his book on Philippine cuisine, 'Milkier Pigs and Violet Gold' (which Daswani describes as 'the best book on Philippine cuisine-and it's not even by a Filipino').
He said: "The new one is slightly nuttier and the old one is milkier."
But we ended up discussing if I could edit his book's revised version, 'Milkier Pigs and Violet Gold: Philippine Food Stories.'
At the launch of 'Milkier Pigs' I said that Koh was a great example of those who grew up with the cooking of their yaya-the domestic helpers who introduced their young wards to local cuisine.
The launch of Bryan Koh's 'Milkier Pigs and Violet Gold: Philippine Food Stories' on Sept.