See the former first lady as you probably never have before: in Mardi GRAS beads and glasses.
Reluctantly the good lady gave her consent, and in 1855 Amenaide Brecourt became the wife of the grocer GRAS.
GRAS gives 1.35 quarters as the acre produce, or nearly 11 bushels.
Daphne now slipped her arm through her cousin's, and commanded the steward GRAS, who had brought her here, to follow them.
The second expedition before sunset, GRAS, shall be given up.
GRAS is responsible for the entertainment at the Hôtel Casino.
We then had the GRAS carbine, which has long since been discarded.
Bring the GRAS in too, my chabo, bring the GRAS in too; there is room for the GRAS in my little stable.
Bring the GRAS in too, my chabó, bring the GRAS in too; there is room for the GRAS in my little stable.
The question to be determined was, whether it was 'maigre' or 'GRAS'.