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 Translation for '' from English to Bulgarian
NOUN   a pâté | pâtés
гастр.
pâté {noun}
пастет {м}
pate {noun} [hum.] [head]тиква {ж} [разг.] [пей.] [глава]
pate {noun} [hum.] [head] кратуна {ж} [разг.] [пей.] [глава]
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  • Kiln casting involves the preparation of a mould which is often made of a mixture of plaster and refractory materials such as silica. In this process, finely crushed glass is mixed with a binding material, such as a mixture of gum arabic and water, and often with colourants and enamels. The resultant paste is applied to the inner surface of a negative mould forming a coating. When the coated mould is fired at the appropriate temperature the glass is fused creating a hollow object that can have thick or thin walls depending on the thickness of the pate de verre layers. Daum, a French commercial crystal manufacturer, produce highly sculptural pieces in pate de verre.
  • The discovery in 1968 of the tomb of Liu Shun, a nobleman from Man-Chung County in Hopei Province, unearthed the earliest recorded example of pate-de-verre. A glass ear cup was found behind the renowned "jade suit with gold thread." Archaeologists confirmed the glass material was of Chinese origin, indicating the pate-de-verre technique was indeed indigenous to China. This revelation was astounding and engendered in the group of artists a profound sense of mission to revive the artistry embedded in their own ancestry.
  • Another very similar cisticola had been described some years earlier as a subspecies of the red-pate cisticola ("C. ruficeps"), and named "C. r. guinea". It was eventually discovered that these two taxa were one and the same, and that the song of these birds differs enough from the visually very similar red-pate cisticola for reproductive isolation. Thus, the newly discovered population is usually considered a good species, and the current scientific name is "Cisticola guinea", although other taxonomists continue to use "dorsti".
  • On the eve of the games, Steve Pate and some other members of the U.S. team were involved in a minor caravan crash causing Pate to bruise his ribs and need hospital treatment. Much was discussed by the U.S. captain to either replace him at the last minute or carry on as planned. The decision was taken to allow Pate to participate in the games causing him to sit out the first three sessions of play. The only session he played in was a four-ball on Saturday afternoon, losing to Bernhard Langer and Colin Montgomerie. Prior to the first singles tee off on Sunday the U.S. team announced that Steve Pate was unable to play in the singles due to his earlier sustained injury. As a result, the match he was due to contend with David Gilford was automatically halved causing Gilford to miss out his singles match.
  • Many local dishes are served during the festival such as the ploye, which is a pancake type mix of water and buckwheat flour. There is chicken stew which is chicken mixed with dumplings and potatoes. They enjoy cretons: a pork-based pate.

  • A recipe for "pate de jujubes" was published in 1709.
  • The cocktail menu includes a Bloody Mary garnished with pate, bacon, cheese, an olive and celery. The restaurants offer seven sparkling wine cocktails made with fresh juice.
  • After finishing as a silver finalist at the Sofi Awards for four consecutive years, Creminelli won the Sofi Award in the "meat, pate or seafood" category for its new smoky, spicy Campania salami in 2013.
  • Charles Ranhofer, chef at Delmonico's, honoured Hardy early in his publishing career by naming a goose liver pate after him, and Ranhofer's book "The Epicurean", also lists a chicken dish, "Cotelettes de poulet à l'Adolphe Hardy".
  • Scott Davis and David Pate were the defending champions, but Pate did not participate this year. Davis partnered Brad Gilbert, losing in the quarterfinals.

  • For the 1990 Tokyo Indoor doubles Kevin Curren and David Pate were the defending champions, but Curren did not participate this year. Pate partnered Scott Davis, losing in the final.
  • Shield: "Per pale argent and sable. On a canton embattled azure, a cross pate (sic) of the first (the 17th Infantry Regiment)".
  • Ge You (born April 19, 1957) is a Chinese actor. A native of Beijing, often with a bald shaven pate, he is considered by many to be one of the most recognizable acting personalities in China.
  • Talipalau drums are a Samoan variant a little larger than a pate drum and somewhat smaller than the Lali log drum variant. The dimensions of some Talipalau are large as [...] high and [...] in length; these Talipalau are a distant cousin to the Fijian Lali drum which were larger in size. The smaller pate was said to be introduced to Samoa by inter-married Tahitians whom visited and settled in Samoa some 500 years ago. However, in recent times the pate is used together with the other lesser known traditional log drum variants as well as the Samoan fala as percussive musical instruments. Because of the widespread distribution of Samoan music through the great Polynesian expansion, the use of the Pātē has gained much popularity among other neighbouring Polynesian Islands such as Uvea and Futuna, Tokelau, Tuvalu and Niue.
  • In NTU, his students remembered him for his style of teaching, as well as his distinctive moustache and bald pate. He had started losing his hair from the age of 18; according to him, the baldness might be hereditary.

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