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parson's nose

The fatty tail of a cooked fowl, especially a chicken. When we were kids, it was always a special treat to be given the parson's nose off the Sunday roast chicken.
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Under the leadership of Frank Alva Parsons, Parsons established the first program in interior design in the United States in 1906 and defined the parameters of a new and growing industry in this country.
The associates later worked with Parsons on preliminary choreographic planning for the dances he is creating for a musical theater production of Daddy Long Legs.
Parsons could observe near his bachelor quarters the construction of the first subway built in the United States.
Buck and Parsons work as massage therapists, and Parsons is also a spiritual coach.
In short order, Parsons set up a separate "bank" within the bank to manage and eventually write or sell off much of the bad debts, most of them home mortgages.
Parsons was a complex and, in some ways, contradictory man whose legacy of social action continues in several areas of vocational psychology today, including individual career counseling, guidance work in the schools, career interventions with special populations, and vocational research.
Parsons became a Taylor company understudy, supporting himself with a night job pumping gas.
Parsons also notes she wasn't the least bit apprehensive.
But precious few have achieved what the Parsons Dance Company has done.