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court bouillon an aromatic liquid used especially for poaching fish and made by cooking together whi

Court bouillon an aromatic liquid used especially for poaching fish and made by cooking together whi

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court bouillon  an aromatic liquid used especially for poaching fish and made by cooking together  white wine, water, onions, celery, carrots, and herbs. cover  a tablecloth and setting for a meal, especially for one person. crash  a coarse cotton or linen cloth with a plain, loose weave, used for towels, curtains, clothes, and  so on. cravat  a necktie. Creole  a person descended from the original French settlers of Louisiana, especially of the New  Orleans area. Dante  Dante Alighieri (1265–1321); Italian poet: wrote  The Divine Comedy. darky  an African-American; a derogatory or contemptuous term. Daudet  Alphonse Daudet (1840–1897), a French novelist of the naturalist school. dedicated to the Blessed Virgin  committed by their parents at birth to become nuns.
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