millet reveals what Hal, T., and the rest of us all know deep down, that we're each of us responsible for the choices we make.
Look for:Purchase breads containing seeds and a mixture of healthy grains (like millet and amaranth) other than just brown rice.
And through him, millet has a perfect vehicle for her dark, understated wit and tendency to upend narrative expectations.
This hippie in corporate wolf's clothing is back in millet's latest, Ghost Lights.
As Rousseau and his fellows discovered the poetry of work-a-day nature, millet discovered that of ordinary life.
There was among them a superb millet, which I should very much have liked to own.
In the similar letter, x. 27, 'tertia portio' (whether of wheat or millet is not stated) is to be sold at 25 modii per solidum.
"Your pardon, brother millet," he interrupted, and pointed towards Ralph's arms.
Meat they hardly touch; rice, maize, curcur, millet and cassava are their ordinary food.
"Assuredly not," Justice millet burst out, pulling his robes about him.
(Heb. dohan; only in Ezek. 4:9), a small grain, the produce of the Panicum miliaceum of botanists. It is universally cultivated in the East as one of the smaller corn-grasses. This seed is the cenchros of the Greeks. It is called in India warree, and by the Arabs dukhan, and is extensively used for food, being often mixed with other grain. In this country it is only used for feeding birds.