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Pep·per

(pep'ĕr),
William, Jr., U.S. physician, 1874-1947. See: Pepper syndrome.

pepper

(1) Black pepper, see there. 
(2) White pepper, see there.
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But the cafe owner says they then received a letter which stated the parish council wanted the cafe back and as there was no signed lease, and no rent has been demanded or paid, Peppercorns would have to leave.
Combine black peppercorns, Sichuan peppercorns, sugar and cayenne in small bowl.
"Crumpet and Peppercorn are situated at the top of the Windrush Valley and offer spectacular views over Naunton and the Guiting Power countryside while Apple Tree offers charm and a wonderful country retreat for any buyers looking to get away from their busy hectic lives."
Botanically, peppercorn belongs to the family of piperaceae of the genus of piper; and known scientifically as Piper nigrum.
Peppercorn," the feature trilogy, could fill the vacuum left after the final installment of "Harry Potter" appears later this year.
"If more and more research is funded by drug companies, then the limited amount of funding coming from other sources may need to be directed to address other questions," said Peppercorn.
Peppercorn, an 89-10 shot, was followed home by stablemate Glad Lion to give trainer Uwe Ostmann a one-two.
The white peppercorn contains more piperine (the active ingredient) than black, is less aromatic, and delivers a weaker flavor.
Keyboard, video and mouse solutions provider Raritan Computer Inc has completed the acquisition of Peppercorn AG, a German developer of embedded remote management systems and subsystems.
Black peppercorn berries are picked at full size while they are still green.
Altman, McLarens Toplis North America, Inc., The American Geriatrics Society, Arent Fox Kintner Plotkin & Kahn, Peppercorn, Fuji Bank Ltd., Frette Inc., Reebok International Ltd., The Sharper Image, Solow Building Company and Sullivan & Heard, LLP.
The new products, which are supplied raw, ready-to-cook, either fresh or frozen are: Duck a L'Orange, two breast fillets with a zesty orange sauce; Duck with Lime and Ginger, two breast fillets with a tangy lime and ginger sauce; Duck with Peppercorn, two breast fillets with a creamy peppercorn sauce; and Duck with Cherry, two breast fillets with a traditional cherry sauce.