less perishable

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  • He had laid aside all his work, the younger but less perishable child was forgotten, and my father began to talk. Cited from The Caxtons, by E. B. Lytton, Part 9
  • It is less perishable and may not require refrigeration before opening.
  • Norway and Sweden, which were also important sources of more or less perishable British food supplies, have done the same thing. Cited from The War After the War, by Isaac Frederick Marcosson
  • This system was intended to be less perishable than the organic materials and chemical reactions in industrial environments.
  • It is preferred to other species of Arisaema due to its relatively acceptable taste, can be prepared within a short time, and is less perishable.
  • Dairy products are converted into less perishable forms (like butter and cheese) during the summer when the livestock are producing high levels of milk.
  • Processed snack foods are designed to be less perishable, more durable, and more portable than prepared foods.
  • You are a millionaire in immortality, and a millionaire whose fortune cannot be lost, whose fortune is less perishable than the stars and as lasting as space or time. Cited from The Sea Wolf, by Jack London
  • It is eaten year-round grilled or cooked in the oven and sometimes preserved in oil (if made with less perishable pig parts).
  • Apart from adding to flavor and texture, a biga also helps to preserve bread by making it less perishable.
  • Inside stores John found less perishable throwaways such as dented cans and leaky bags of rice and sugar.
  • Dried tempeh (whether cooked or raw) is more portable and less perishable and may be used as a stew base.
  • The less perishable vegetables, commonly called WINTER VEGETABLES because they may be kept through the winter, may be bought in quantity, provided proper storage facilities to prevent them from spoiling are available. Cited from Woman's Institute Library of Cookery, Vol. 2
  • The common prejudice of lying where one's ancestors have lain, would make the now roaming Indians bring the less perishable part of their dead to their ancient burial-ground on the coast. Cited from The Voyage of the Beagle, by Charles Darwin
  • Through these agencies it is possible to ship more or less perishable fruits long distances from their native localities and at times of the year other than the particular season in which they are at their best in the places where they are grown. Cited from Woman's Institute Library of Cookery, Vol. 5
  • Each man received a ration of about 830 grams of wheat per day in the form of unmilled grain, which is less perishable than flour.
  • Raynaud's works are theological; but a system of grace maintained by one work and pulled down by another, has ceased to interest mankind: the literature of the divine is of a less perishable nature. Cited from Curiosities of Literature, Vol. II (of 3), by Isaac Disraeli
  • Later figurines were often made of less perishable materials: stone, terracotta, metal, glass and, most frequently, glazed earthenware (Egyptian faience).
  • The sculptor and the architect deal in less perishable ware, but the stuff is recalcitrant and stubborn, and will not take the impress of all states of the soul. Cited from Style, by Walter Raleigh
  • His trousers had once been white cotton drill, but the whiteness had long before given up the unequal struggle against grime and grease and subsided to a less conspicuous, less perishable grey. Cited from Then I'll Come Back to You, by Larry Evans
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