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A Japanese term for the 5th flavour—the others being sweet, salty, sour, bitter—triggered by carboxylate anion of glutamic acid, an amino acid common in meat, cheese, broth, stock, and other protein-rich foods.
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But Wales' attempts to savour this, to make the most of their opportunity, has seen them give themselves every chance in every game they have played - and will do so again.
Savour the cocksure youthfulness of Marcus Rashford, strutting around Wembley with showboating, back-heeling, bravado.
Sip and savour, perhaps with cheese, nuts and charcuterie, or even some cake.
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To be top of the Football League would give us something to savour and give us confidence for next season.
The Savour Tasmania dinner menu was designed by Sri Lankan celebrity chef, Dharshan Munidasa, whose daughter is studying at the University of Tasmania, while his business partner Sri Lankan cricketer Kumar Sangakkara is a brand ambassador for the University of Tasmania.
Commentators Bill McLaren and Alun Williams always used to say before the start, 'We will shut up now for folk at home to hear the singing, and thus savour the atmosphere.
What was the Whitbread, the oldest sponsored race in Britain, is now the Attheraces Gold Cup - and it looks a race to savour with rising star Frenchman's Creek tackling Cheltenham rival Carbury Cross and past winners Ad Hoc and Beau in a 20-strong field, live on Channel 4.
GREENOCK 10 ST ROCH'S 1 STEPHEN DALLAS has vowed to savour every minute of his first league title - after waiting 20 years for the magic moment.
I discovered this down at the Oak & Saw, on Tuesday evening, while trying to savour and cherish a pint of what was laughingly called `Best'.
Jumeirah at Etihad Towers has launched the Savour the Flavour promotion providing foodies and epicureans opportunities for great value dining experiences at one of the UAE s leading culinary destinations.