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mayo ketchup

A condiment made by combining ketchup and mayonnaise. It is typically served with French fries. Hey, can you get me some mayo ketchup, please? I don't like to eat my fries with just ketchup.
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mayo

(ˈmeo)
n. mayonnaise. I’ll take both mayo and mustard, thank you.
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So the Mayo Clinic group undertook a new study, using only patients who had advanced cancer of the large bowel--the most frequent tumor type for which Pauling and Cameron reported improvement with vitamin C therapy--and who had not received chemotherapy.
Coen ended a 10 minute search for a score when rifling a Mayo free, but NUIG responded quickly as Criostoir Davey and Kevin Gibbons nailed points.
Mayo needs to hone his craft since he has natural endorsement opportunity with Best Foods, Blimpies subs, Souplantation and California orange growers (see: Simpson, O.
Among the no-fats (less than a half-gram of fat per tablespoon, actually), Smart Beat Fat Free tasted the most like full-fat mayos, which have 11 to 12 grams of fat.
I hope so,'' Mayo said of Young and Pruitt returning.
If you look at the data since this team has been together we are doing OK up there and we are looking to do a little bit better," the Mayo boss said.
Mayo, who will join the Trojans for the 2007-08 season, can play point guard or shooting guard.
Morrison, who served alongside boss Mickey Moran when Mayo contested last year's All-Ireland final, has tipped his former employers but warned that Galway may possess the greater mental steel.
Mayo isn't expected to fax a letter of intent to USC or any other college today, the first day prep basketball players can put their commitment in writing for the 2007-08 season, though it's difficult to know what is going on with the much-hyped standout these days.
THE Saw Doctors have given the thumbs-up to Mayo to take Sam Maguire back west on Sunday night.