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1 bitter fruit of all this uncertainty can be gleaned from a recent Federal Reserve study.
2 German officials say there is now bitter regret in Berlin that their country helped wreck the original stability and growth pact.
3 in the morning he rose up, and plucked some bitter berries from the trees and ate them, and took his way through the great wood, weeping sorely.
4 cattle owners let their animals wander across open country, but the farmers railed in their cattle and their land, and this is what caused many bitter fights in the old west.
5 A sorrowful sight I saw: dark night coming down prematurely, and sky and hills mingled in one bitter whirl of wind and suffocating snow.
6 Some beer and chocolate taste bitter.
7 The bitter wind cut through his jacket.
8 But for America they add a special twist of bitter lemon to their analyses.
9 While mourning a miscarriage, she says, she became bitter: "I had been lied to for decades."
10 Love born in suffering hides too many tears and sighs not to have its rays stained by a bitter clarity.
11 The decision ends a month of bitter political wrangling in which motor industry bosses shuttled between Detroit and Washington to plead for aid.
12 My parents split up when I was two years old and, while I had monthly contact with my dad, my bitter stepmother and my father's old-fashioned stiff upper lip meant we never became close.
13 her former pity had withered up through bitter experience.
14 In his bitter late polemic, The Wagner Case (1888), Nietzsche raged against Christianity as a “denial of the will to life”, and against Wagner as a prophet of redemption.
15 At the age of 40, King Gillette was a frustrated inventor, a bitter anticapitalist, and a salesman of cork-lined bottle caps.
16 He took a tiny stove out of his backpack, set it on a rock teetering on the edge, and made sweet mint tea and bitter Bedouin coffee.
17 Bittern: the bitter water solution of bromides magnesium and calcium salts remaining after sodium chloride is crystallized out of seawater.
18 A bitter orange and gentian flavoured aperitif. Usually mixed with lemon syrup and beer.
19 Algeria may still feel bitter about the expulsion after the hotel attack of 1994 but it is also nervous lest Morocco use the border issue as a lever to get Algeria to back down over Western Sahara.
20 Certain flavor compounds give you a nice caramel flavor, whereas others give you a burnt or bitter taste.
21 And to reduce eggplant's bitter tendencies even more, after you slice it, sprinkle it with salt, then wait a half hour, rinse, and proceed with your recipe.
22 She was given to using bitter sarcasm.
23 It is essentially media-led (it fills and sells papers) and it always leaves a bitter taste, because for every stranger you think you mourn, there is a friend you forget to remember.
24 If patients are disinclined to take a tablet they consider bitter or sour or because they simply do not like the color, then a change of aesthetics might be needed.
25 Additionally, they can only sense bitter flavors, instead of the sour, sweet, salty and umami scope our tongue can detect.
26 It also goes without saying that sweet fruits contain more sugars than bitter and sour fruits.
27 The Americans remain bitter that normal diplomatic levers failed for weeks to free him.
28 But, their marriage had recently broken down, with a bitter divorce and custody fight looming.
29 Parsnips, which have a strong flavor to start with, can become bitter when stored near apples and other fruits, which produce ethylene gas, according to research from Penn State University.
30 Chocolate candy is very sweet, very bitter, but better than your chocolate toffee.