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use "sate" in a sentence

The snails are also prepared as brochette/satay (sate keong).

; sate Tegal : A sate of yearling or 5-month-old kid meat; the nickname for this dish in Tegal balibul is an acronym of "baru lima bulan" (just 5 months).

To sate their hunger, the Wraith tried to get
be available for all levels still to display insignia.

At occasions of state, and in the presence of royalty, state decorations are worn by those who have been awarded them: miniature medals plus up to four breast stars, a narrow neck riband and a broad riband (sash).

In addition to these class-oriented developments, the Hanfu became looser, with the introduction of wide sleeves and jade decorations hung from the sash which served to keep the yi closed.

That is probably why the polychrome statue of St. Anthony on the altar wears a military sash.

Ransome admitted that, after watching The Mikado, he had mentioned to his sister that he "liked the little one with the big sash best.

Once a woman became married, she stopped wearing the sash.

The silk fukusa cloths are designed to be folded and tucked into the obi (sash); when no obi is worn, a regular belt must be substituted or the motions cannot be performed properly.

The sash is worn from right shoulder to left hip, and should be worn underneath the coat except during the swearing-in ceremony, when both the out-going and incoming president wear it over their coat (Article 36).

The windows were of 6/6 thin muntin double hung sash with an alteration on the east facade of 4/1 sash.

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