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SUR

ISO 4217 code for the Soviet ruble. It was first issued in 1917 and underwent five re-denominations over the course of its history. It was replaced by various currencies, starting in 1991 with the fall of the Soviet Union. See also: Russian ruble.
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What is the market size of Yoghurt and Sour Milk Drinks in Ukraine?
Going into halftime, Tripoli had been in prime position with a 1-0 lead, but two second half goals from Al-Ahli see them jump ahead of Salam Sour in the table.
NON-VEGETARIAN: sour cream (gelatin), taco and fajita shells, nachos, Potato Oles (all fried in same oil as meat)
The sour cream, guacamole, and cheese boost the fat and salt to a day's worth.
With repeated exposure and frequency, sour candy can also lead to a host of oral health problems, including increased cavities, tooth sensitivity, staining, soft-tissue sensitivities and loss of shine.
Sour ales are rewarding but challenging to make and serve, according to Michael Tonsmeire, author of the new book, American Sour Beers: Innovative Techniques for Mixed Fermentations (Brewers Publications, 2014) and a brewing consultant based in Washington D.
National Flexible came in and designed a pillow-wrap, black for the Sour Bomb and orange for the orange-flavoured Sour Pus, printed in six different colour combinations.
Tablespoon for tablespoon, sour cream has far less fat (3 grams) than butter or margarine (11 grams).
In addition to its use of naturally raised meat and the new addition of rBGH-free sour cream, Chipotle has also started buying organic beans.
Flavor is rich and deep," said Gregg Glaser, "this has a sour, tart quality, but also a real ale character behind that.
We ordered hot and sour soup, mixed vegetable hors d'&pounds 339;uvres, chicken in satay, sweet and sour vegetables, egg fried rice, chicken in black bean sauce and sweet and sour chicken.