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blancmange

A rarely used term for the opaque, pink-tan homogeneous appearance of various stromal tumours, including gastrointestinal stromal tumours, after therapy with Gleevac.
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Humanity is only saved when a couple from the crowd, Mr and Mrs Samuel Brainsample, invade the court with spoons and eat the blancmange.
My school used to serve blancmange as pudding at least once a week, its attraction being the economy of the dish.
Tip: - Add these cornflakes on top of a strawberry or chocolate blancmange and you have a great old-fashioned dessert.
What a brilliant night at Eric's last Wednesday where both my friend and I were privileged to experience yet another superb performance from 80s electronic legends Blancmange.
80s electro pop legends Blancmange to play Clwb Ifor Bach on Saturday, November 16.
A milky blancmange zone of nothingness" - Political commentator Quentin Letts' description of the Department of Culture, Media and Sport.
Blancmange The Very Best Of THE duo never hit the heights of OMD, Soft Cell or Pet Shop Boys and, seven songs in, you see why.
London, June 18 ( ANI ): Researchers whittled 4,000 health claims down to 222 before creating the ultimate superdinner that includes salmon terrine, chicken casserole and yogurt blancmange.
But Blancmange fall firmly into that category, when their take on The Day Before You Came - voted ABBA fans' third favourite song from the Fab Swedish foursome in a national poll - became a big hit for them just two years after the original release.
He had a small stroke while in and he could only have ice-cream, baked potato or jelly and blancmange or mash potato.
I got the idea for this new CD after hearing an old cassette tape of my brother's which had bands on it like Blancmange, The Lover Speaks and White & Torch, which a lot of people might not remember.
She then made the most disgusting blancmange in the shape of breasts.