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bread

A comestible made from flour or meal by moistening, kneading into dough and baking.
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One loaf of bread weighing 1.8 pounds would have added 0.4 pounds of CO2 from baking, .06 pounds from milling and a whopping 0.56 pounds from the fertilizer used to harvest the wheat.
So though in spite of the fact that whenever you ask this government what new projects it has started or completed and it says don't worry about actual projects see how many and how quickly we announce new laws and new projects, it still is not totally a squirrel government: when it announced to raise the price of loaf of bread it did.
One of the biggest challenges when working with a throughput in the millions is ensuring the quality of each and every loaf of bread. This is where Bizerba comes in.
Today, for our grand finale, every reader can enjoy a delicious small loaf of bread from their local Greggs shop...
The government is committed to improving the condition of the subsidized loaf of bread which is sold at 5 piasters, Abdel-Khaleq told MENA.
London, August 02 (ANI): The Food and Farming minister of UK, who manages the 7.2 billion pound farming industry, doesn't even know the price of a loaf of bread.
.I DON'T know howmany times I have heard shopkeepers complain about howsupermarkets are taking their trade.Well I have done some research nearwhere I live and found one shop I visited in Priory Road was charging pounds 1.69 for a jar of curry sauce, pounds 1.33 for a loaf of bread and milk was pounds 1.12.
A loaf of bread, a pigeon, fluttering its wings in the commonplace, the snow glittering, extraordinary.
"It literally pays for itself after two loaves of bread because even if you are throwing away a quarter of a loaf of bread it is expensive," says Elizabeth Fryman, vice president, sales & marketing for Pleasanton, Calif.-based Bread Armor.
Mohamed Khalifa titles the next alluring piece "Bread & Crumbs;" a large sized photograph of a full loaf of bread set against a black background.
A loaf of bread was baked to signify the gathering of the new harvest.
by giving him cash and a loaf of bread to feed his family.