Perhaps Snickers should have let Barr and Lewis ripen another 20 years.
The motions will “ripen,” in the rather charming legislative argot applied to this aggressively charmless process, next Tuesday.
The first, in 1990-91, was necessary, launched only after circumstance and great diplomatic effort had allowed it to “ripen.”
Year by year the god was killed in order that the seed might ripen and the harvest be secured.
"They will keep going one after another, as they ripen," said Campbell.
It is cooked much dryer in the making, so it takes longer to ripen and then keeps longer than any other.
He lives by the fruits of the earth which ripen in due season.
Finish with enough thick cream to make a full gallon, pack in salt and ice, freeze and let stand long enough to ripen.
When they ripen, collect the seeds and preserve them for spring planting.
After this the small green pods appear, fill out, and ripen, and then the producer of seed reaps his harvest.