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1. It's ________ most expensive hotel in town


2. Come in- ________ water's lovely and warm


3. It is ________ largest producer of computer keyboards in the world


4. He's in ________ health.


5. Deserts



6. I was really angry because I missed ________ bus


7. I bought ________ umbrella last week


8. Hague


9. He's wearing ________ tie I gave him


10. I don't know anywhere in ________ world quite as beautiful as here


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    Chorchori

    Usually a vegetable dish with one or more varieties of vegetables cut into longish strips, sometimes with the stalks of leafy greens added, all lightly seasoned with spices like mustard or poppy seeds and flavoured with a pouron. Sometimes a chochchori may have small shrimp. The skin and bones of large fish like bhetki or chitol can be made into a chochchori called katachochchori (kata meaning fishbone). The stir frying process and the lightness of a chochhori is not unlike that of chop suey, which is a term for assorted pieces, and this shows the influence of the Chinese in Bengali household cooking. The chochhori would be generally an assortment of vegetable and fish bones and other things that would have been rather thrown away, fried in a korai,(a slightly rounded wok), over high heat at first, and then simmered to let the vegetables cook down to being just done, and then taken off the flame immediately to stop cooking. The cooking procedure adds to the confirmation of the entrance of Chinese style of cooking into Kolkata during the mid1800s, prior to which this particular dish was not very popular in Bengali cuisine.


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