In the episode of ice cream marge what does legashe refer to?
legashe is a term which refers to a legacy which a woman leaves behind.
In Britain the term whole milk is used to describe milk which has not had its composition altered from the cow. In other EU contries the term may be used to refer to 4% minimum fat milk. Full cream milk is not a term approved by the milk marketing board in the UK. The description is open to interpritation and could mean whole milk or cream. However, the term is used coloquially to refer to…
The American Cream Draft comes to mind. It is the size of a draft horse, but has a coat ranging from buttery palomino to perlino. Most are almost white. It has a nose rather unlike a draft, but more like a Quarter Horse. This could also refer to a Haflinger, which can be cream colored but also ranges into the deep gold palomino range.
Episode 206 is, as of yet, not released by Funimation. The question is not where to find this episode (unless you prefer fan dub), it is when it will be released. And the release is scheduled for August 7, 2012. Whether or not it will actually be released at that time or even be available online, is yet to be seen. But I'd refer to your original site when the time comes, or try justdubs.net.
First, let me preface what I say about Nestle Table Cream with the fact that food ingredients have different names in different countries. For example, in the UK we call powdered sugar, icing sugar but in the US it is called confectioners' sugar. Table cream can refer to the thickness of the cream that it is thin enough to pour thus table cream. In the case of Nestle Table Cream, as far as I know…
"The cream of the cream" is a literal English equivalent of the French phrase la crÃ¨me de la crÃ¨me. The pronunciation of the feminine singular prepositional phrase -- which may refer literally to deluxe-treating cream or loosely to the perceived best of the best -- will be "la kremd la krem" in northerly French and "la krem duh la krem" in southerly French.
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Pronouns take the place of nouns. For example, in the sentence "John went to the store," you could say "He went to the store." Other pronouns include she, it, him, and her. Often pronouns refer to a person or thing that has already been mentioned eg John went to the store, he bought an ice cream. Unfortunately he dropped it on the ground. he = John it = ice cream.
Probably not. MLP is one of those shows where you don't have to see the previous episode to understand what's going on. So if they start dating, they can't date for multiple episodes unless it is a 2-part show. For example, let's say they start dating in episode 11, somebody may not have seen episode 11, but they decide to watch episode 12. If they are still dating in episode 12, the person who missed…