Definition of paring
1 : the act of cutting away an edge or surface
2 : something pared off apple parings
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Optional wine parings from Michael Taylor of SGWS and Brennon Staples of The Fat Lamb are available.
Remove from the grill and, when cool to the touch, use a sharp paring knife to remove the kernels.
Those numbers say something different from the falling numbers for objections to various parings.
The 2017 CMT Awards announced a new list of performers on Monday (June 5), including the live paring of Jason Derulo and Luke Bryan.
And, based on the $456.06 million unrestricted operating budget for the 2017-18 school year previously approved by the board, some significant paring will be necessary to reconcile spending and available revenue.
The idea of pairing a beer specifically with burgers makes sense at Collision Bend, the Flats East Bank brewpub whose menu was created especially with beer parings in mind.
Remington’s also has two chef’s tables where diners can get a $100 tasting menu that features 15 small courses with wine parings.
But there was a big difference between those parings and the ones Trump may be on the verge of trying to make now: the earlier presidential moves to redraw monument boundaries were not contested.
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