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Preimplantation embryo
Pulmonary infiltration with eosinophilia

PIE

Pulmonary infiltration with eosinophilia, see there.

PIE

Abbreviation for pulmonary interstitial emphysema.
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To fill the cupcakes with mincemeat, take out a small amount of sponge from the middle of the cake and replace with mincemeat.
6 All Butter Mince Pies, PS2.50 These look very traditional and have a good deep filling of mincemeat containing apricots, glace cherries, almonds and brandy.
We tried five supermarket pies to find out which was the best on the shelves Sainsbury's Taste The Difference All Butter Mince Pies, PS2 Excellent pastry-to-filling ratio, with a good tangy mincemeat that's filled right to the top.
Of course, mincemeat used to actually contain meat (usually beef or mutton), hence the name, alongside the currants and raisins, mixed spices, lemons, sugar and beef suet we are familiar with today.
Associate Editor Jean Teller just realized she doesn't have the recipe for her mother's mincemeat cookies.
Author Ben Macintyre describes Michael's role and much more as he tells the "rest of the story" in Operation Mincemeat. This latest work is extremely interesting, well written, and exhaustively researched.
(8) In Mincemeat, Macintyre describes this purposeful planting of misinformation as "deeply embedded in intelligence folklore ...
3 TASTY MINCEMEAT Add the orange zest, cranberries, brandy and cinnamon to your mincemeat .
Michael/Martin was but a prop in 'Operation Mincemeat', the brainchild of Ian Fleming, and put into action by Cholmondeley and Montagu, Churchill's 'corkscrew thinkers' in the War Office.
Foley's expertise helped Operation Mincemeat overcome objections from the Joint Planning Staff, denounced by Churchill as "the whole machinery of negation" The streetwise novelist Anthony Powell called JPS "a really impregnable system of obstruction"
Operation Mincemeat; how a dead man and a bizarre plan fooled the Nazis and assured an Allied victory.
dinners With collard greens and home made Mincemeat pie