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Don't finish without me," winks Cornfed, leaving to smoke, You can tell what Cornfed's smoking by the door he uses.
I wasn't the one to fool around with the cornfed type.
Athletic director Tom Osborne said in a statement Wednesday that his staff recently learned that Taylor Martinez is registered as owner of the Corn Fed trademark and the CornFed.
There's a guide in every room to fill you in on the history or just to impart snippets such as where the Queen watches TV, what the family would typically have for dinner (it's pretty simple - cornfed chicken with tarragon was a typical main course).
Around five main courses are on offer ranging from two cornfed chicken dishes (pounds 8.
He would be a cornfed lad from the local high school whom you could not help addressing as "boy" despite his investigative prowess.
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95) and a supreme of cornfed chicken, sweet potato saute and roast veg (pounds 12.
They are Jewish/Protestant, Anglo-Irish, African-American Catholic, ready-for-the-White-House Puerto Rican, cornfed, milk-bred Mexican-Polish Midwestern.
The menu includes cornfed chicken and pancetta terrine, sea bass on a saffron mash, braised lamb shank, leek and smoked haddock risotto and provencale noodles with flaked red mullet.
But the issue is less the naivete of our cornfed boy soldiers than the gullibility of our more worldly reporters, who swallow all this nonsense with never a word of protest and then show no greater skepticism when the Pentagon repackages its clash between good and evil--Noriega is now said to have used the tamales for unspeakable acts of witchcraft and voodoo.