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IceCube requires a lavish team of researchers, student assistants, engineers and computer experts, along with helicopter pilots, galley cooks, ice drillers and septic-tank pumpers, all of whom must operate as a unified organism.
The main house features an open floor plan with skylights in the living room and a stainless-steel fireplace in the family room, according to Variety, plus granite countertops and stainless steel cabinetry in the galley kitchen.
The small, u-shaped boat galley is just big enough to fit a top-loading fridge and a two-burner propane stove and oven.
Two food preparation galleys can turn out meals for 100.
Tiny taco truck galleys put out an unusual level of variety, built around several cuts of beef, pork, and chicken.
The new galley, like the current one, will prepare takeout meals for the 41 captives consistent with Islam’s halal proscriptions for delivery to the cellblocks.
Ottoman and North Africans captives from the Mediterranean region, usually called Turks and Moors, respectively, were needed to row Caribbean galleys or perform menial duties for their Spanish overlords in towns and on plantations.
In the long galley kitchen, his son keeps an eye on three bubbling saucepans as Tia readies plates for pick-up and delivery.
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First Known Use: 13th centurySee Words from the same year
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