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Jaffa

A popular British term for a sterile male. The name derives from Jaffa oranges which are popularly regarded as seedless.
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You can pick up your FREE Jaffa Orange bar today and make sure to look out for the other Lees favourites including the Macaroon bar and Scottish Tablet bar which will be appearing tomorrow and Saturday.
But there's a host of great behind-the-scenes stuff in here, from Ryan Giggs' persistent nose-picking to the "tin of Vim with a Jaffa orange on the end of it" that is, according to Steve Bruce, a part of one former team-mate's anatomy.
Tasmin Little,in full-length Jaffa orange outfit and Cinderella shoes, may only be a slip of a woman, but it belies the size of her musical talent.
The islands of our dreams are not inhabited by lager louts dive-bombing into the pool or the Jaffa orange on legs that is Judith Chalmers.
M & S: Loin chops per kg pounds 9.99 were pounds 11.99; standard salad bowl (100g + 20%) pounds 1.29; punnet English strawberries (200g) pounds 1.49 was pounds 1.99; 4 all butter fruited scones 75p were 85p; 50p off premium ice creams; jaffa orange juice (1 ltr) 99p was pounds 1.99.
You can pick up your free Mint today and make sure you look out for the other Lees favourites, including Jaffa Orange, Macaroon and Scottish Tablet bars, which will be appearing throughout the week.
If you like to start your day with porridge, English Provender recommends microwaving fresh porridge oats in a bowl for about a minute and then stirring in one of their award-winning curds, such as Lemon Curd, Jaffa Orange Curd or Pure Lemon Curd.
This modern example makes the point with intense flavours - as assertive as many New Zealand versions - yet exhibiting a softness that sits nicely with its citrus fruit and long jaffa orange style finish.
The orange jelly-filled cult favourite hit the UK markets in the 1920s and is named after Jaffa oranges.
Stir in a beaten egg, 1 tsp vanilla essence and grated zest of two Jaffa oranges. 3 Pour in flour mixture, mix all the ingredients to form a dough.
These policies depart markedly from Zionism's absorption of other features of Palestinian material culture -- Jaffa oranges, say, or falafel.