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Em

A unit of length used in printing. An em is one-sixth of an inch. It is also called a pica.
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We knew a few things about the country but not that Korea was so much rock 'n' roll," Mutton said.
Mutton is meat from sheep that is ideally three years of age.
The protesters asked the puppet regime to send a team to the Punjab and seek a clarification from the government of the Indian state on the illegal tax being levied on mutton dealers of occupied Kashmir.
Cllr Mutton denied speaking angrily or threatening to damage her car - but admitted he had said he would bump it over after Ms Lobrekte blocked him in when he parked in spaces allocated for her shop.
Kadhai cooking is very similar to wok cooking in the Chinese cuisine, and is considered a fast method of cooking except for mutton, which has to be 3/4th pre-cooked before being cooked in the kadhai.
The initiative - which is sponsored by Eblex, HCC and LMC - was established in October 2014 as an extension of the Mutton Renaissance Club, set up by HRH The Prince of Wales.
The truth, however, is that mutton is not just an old piece of old lamb but a different product altogether.
Separately, sautee the mutton cubes in the onion, then add to pot with the veg and tomatoes.
The butchers are selling beef at Rs 380 to Rs 400 against Rs 260, and mutton at Rs 550 to Rs 640 against Rs 450, the price fixed by the city administration.
We used to say give us a west current and three days before or three days after the full moon, and we'd catch the heck out of mutton snapper in Key West.
Oil extracted from beef and mutton fat was analyzed by Gas Layer Chromatography for its fatty acids composition.
But much-maligned mutton could be set for a return to our dinner tables, if a Welsh television chef gets his way.