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cake

the residuum after extraction of oil from oil seeds, used extensively as a protein supplement to diets of all housed animal species.

cake poisoning
varies with the seed, linseed cake may cause cyanide poisoning, cottonseed cake may cause gossypol poisoning.

Patient discussion about cake

Q. Anybody know any special cakes for diabetes patients? not just sugarless... something that was specially designed maybe...? any recipes??

A. Thank you diabetes community!!! you are good people... I invite you to try the cakes once they're ready...

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It was the second valuable success in 15 days on the course for A Piece of Cake, who is owned by Lightbody Celebration Cakes Ltd, as his previous win at the track was worth over pounds 12,000, though in between he had unseated his rider at Wetherby.
Robbo and A Piece Of Cake were her two possibles at the confirmation stage, when 24 horses stood their ground for the race.
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BOWING OUT Nettles as Barnaby FINAL ACT Last scenes PIECE OF CAKE Tom blows out the candles on his police career
A piece of cake DROP in at designer store TOGA + Loll in Solihull's Drury Lane on September 11 to indulge in a tea party complete with cup cakes.
Visitors can enjoy a cuppa and piece of cake and watch Mandy Hobson from local florists Petals of Norton demonstrate how to make buttonholes.
His departure left the way clear for A Piece Of Cake to record his first success of the season.
Michelle, aged 25, a customer care co-ordinator at DC Cook, in Holyhead Road, was stunned when her husband told her there was a piece of cake on the doormat and it looked like it was theirs
While it may seem an easy thing to bring captions to the online world, this was no piece of cake.
Sir Terry, 71, writes: "News reading is not to get self-important about, it's a piece of cake, the easiest job in the media.
But having just beaten Villa away they might think Wolves at home is going to be a piece of cake.
All members were presented with a gold rose to mark the golden anniversary and a piece of cake after the party at the YMCA at New Hey Road, Salendine Nook.