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bittersweet

solanumdulcamara. Called also woody nightshade.
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Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India], June 25 ( ANI ): Bollywood superstars Salman Khan and Shah Rukh Khan, known for their bitter-sweet rivalry and Iftar party hugs, attended Baba Siddiqui's Iftar party on Saturday, but made separate appearances.
CHANGES to so-called grandfather rights - exemptions to pesticide use for people above a certain age - are bitter-sweet, says the CLA in the North.
Certainly last week's mention of former City manager Terry Butcher being burgled when he lived in Hunningham, near Rugby, stirred a bitter-sweet memory for Harvey Williams.
As one of many rain-sodden Welsh supporters at Villa Park in 1964, it brought back bitter-sweet memories of the Swans' 2-1 defeat.
It is about reducing a vibrant and highly accomplished culture into one filled with bitter-sweet memories consumed by the national cause of return and justice.
THE arrival today of the cargo ship the Alam Penting on the Tyne is a bitter-sweet moment.
It was a bitter-sweet night for Wolves striker Sylvan Ebanks-Blake, who increased his seasonal tally to 20 with a hat-trick.
For four mugs of hot chocolate, grate 1 1/2 cups bitter-sweet chocolate and mix with 1/2 cup dry milk powder.
It was a bitter-sweet experience for us all, because we enjoyed what we were doing but it was still in the back of our minds why we were there.
Midst of a Storm was the stand-out song, with a catchy riff and a stylish guitar solo, Dislocated used a bitter-sweet high melody and contrasting guitar work from a fellow band member, while the title song from album Call on You was the nearest he got to an anthem.
We would have been 10, plus me, but a few months before, Mary Newcombe had lost her sweet, brilliant, grounded partner, Jodi Curlee, so there was a bitter-sweet aura to the whole thing.
There is a bitter-sweet nostalgia about the book which makes it a welcome companion to the others by this author.