Among hundreds of recent victims: Labradors, wheaten terriers, and a five-pound Chihuahua.
When thickened with two pounds of wheaten flour, the soup made a most welcome meal for over sixty men.
And they gave him the dog, and a wheaten hearth-cake as provision by the way.
wheaten bread might partially supply the place of meat to-day, but meat was easier to procure than bread in the eighth century.
She pulled away from him, flung back her wheaten mop and glared.
No meat or wheaten bread was eaten, nor wine served at the table—even the luxury of the bath was abandoned.
And they gave him the dog, and a wheaten hearth cake as provision by the way.
Dinner was the usual "hog and hominy" of the Southwest, varied with the smallest possible loaf of wheaten bread.
The grains of potato starch are much larger than those of wheaten starch.
On return each family of the sept brings a wheaten cake to the mourners and these are eaten.