This unsmoked, wet-cured ham is the sine qua non of Parisian butcher shops: a light, ephemeral meat, sweet but umami.
“The ephemeral and vanishing character of the bunker was mirrored in the creation of the image through the bacteria,” Lissel says.
The hardest part of the process for her is the ephemeral, here-and-gone nature of the enterprise.
But as stimulus goes, the I-stimulus strikes me as a pretty narcissistic and ephemeral one.
Most news articles were just as ephemeral, but it has become harder to pretend.
The ambition of Henry V. had finally cost her the long-loyal Guienne, as well as all the ephemeral conquests of his own sword.
And what are the haughtiest of us, but the ephemeral aristocrats of a summer's day?
The name of the family to which they belong, Ephemerid, suggests their ephemeral existence.
Life is precarious as the fall of a die at best an ephemeral business.
But these were only ephemeral clear spots in our sky, and the cries which accompanied them only grew more bitter and terrible.