if there were less of this delicate concealment of facts - this whispering, 'Peace, peace,' when there is no peace, there would be less of sin and misery to the young of both sexes who are left to wring their bitter
knowledge from experience.
I want the sugar first, then I'll drink the bitter
After many bitter
execrations on Partridge, and not fewer on himself, he ordered the poor fellow, who was frightened out of his wits, to run down and hire him horses at any rate; and a very few minutes afterwards, having shuffled on his clothes, he hastened down-stairs to execute the orders himself, which he had just before given.
Tulliver threw himself back in his chair; his mind, which had so long been the home of nothing but bitter
discontent and foreboding, suddenly filled, by the magic of joy, with visions of good fortune.
The Phoenix Nights star's funny ads for John Smith's, including a footballer who boots the ball away and an Olympic diver who 'bombs' the pool, have been credited with making it the top-selling bitter
for take-home drinkers.
It was nearly five years ago that Mark and Robert Bitter
, the principals of Scalamandre approached Greiner-Maltz to assist in their expansion plans.
He began work on The Bitter
Ash in 1963 with the help of friends from the theatre department.
Taste is actually a very direct way of experiencing the pharmacology of a plant--certain strong alkaloids taste bitter
, volatile oils have an aromatic taste, certain plant acids have a sour of astringent taste.
NATURAL compounds that mask bitter
flavours may be better at helping the medicine go down than a spoonful sugar, it was disclosed yesterday.
One of the most devastating diseases for apples in the summer is bitter
Earth, set in the mid-1950s, opens with Sugar being mutilated and left for dead.
Plants contain compounds that give them a bitter
flavor, possibly to provide a defense against predators by making the plant taste bad.