sour side

sour side

putrefaction on the sides of carcasses which have been hung too closely together in the chilling room and which have not cooled quickly enough at the points of contact.
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Little did I know that this brave little compote has been missing a vital component until now: a sugar as pure as spring sunshine with enough fire to subdue rhubarb's sour side.
Defending champions Nejmeh were lucky to escape with a point in their 1-1 draw against a plucky Tadamon Sour side Sunday, after being awarded a penalty deep into stoppage time.
But a new study at a Welsh university may have unlocked the secrets behind keeping your nerve at the penalty spot - by giving players a taste of the sour side of sport ahead of time.
North Slope oil has more sulfur and is a bit on the sour side, but not as sour as many other crude oils.
Hard Numbers" is a thriller of economics as attorney Leland Denton and his client James McKenzie as they dive deep into the sour side of economics, turning to the world of crime to make their fortune when the economy crashes around them.
However, according to a complaint filed by Red Bank-based Marks & Klein, LLP on behalf of seven failed or failing Ricky's franchisees in New Jersey, Massachusetts and Virginia, there's a sour side to the chain's sugary fantasyland.
I confess I like the idea of our apple trees even more than the taste of the fruit itself, which is on the sour side.
Ciaran experienced the sour side of celebrity just after he filmed his most harrowing role, that of twisted paedophile Edward Parker Jones in Prime Suspect 3.
The cherries are on the sour side, but birds relish them.
Sweet & Sour Sauce: Unique ingredients like brown sugar and pineapple juice bring out the sweetness while the vinegar and soy sauce bring out the sour side.
The Burnley full-back has amassed 35 caps for his adopted country after being belatedly capped at the age of 30 by Vogts and has seen the sweet and sour side of representing Scotland.