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         Saki:     more books (100)
  1. Please Save My Earth, Vol. 17 by Saki Hiwatari, 2006-07-11
  2. Beastly Chronicles of of Saki by Saki, 1999-11-25
  3. Surprising Stories by Saki: 22 Tales With Twists by Saki, 1996-12
  4. Beasts & super-beasts, (The works of "Saki") by Saki, 1928
  5. The bowl of saki: Thoughts for daily contemplation from the sayings and teachings of Hazrat Inayat Khan (The collected works of Hazrat Inayat Khan) by Inayat Khan, 1980
  6. The Chronicles of Clovis: Stories by Saki by Saki, 2010-11-18
  7. Saki by Saki, 1977-06
  8. The Short Stories of Saki (H H Munro) (Modern Library, 280.1) by H H Munro (Saki), 1951
  9. 76 Short Stories Comprising Reginald, The Chronicles of Clovis and the Toys of Peace By Saki by No Author Credited, 1956
  10. The Sakis Name in History by, 2007-06-27
  11. Shohaku Bijutsukan to Saki, Sahoji o tazunete: Shoen, Shoko, Atsushi (Ryukyudo gurafikkusu) (Japanese Edition)
  12. The Westminster Alice, (Half-title: The works of "Saki") by Saki, 1929
  13. Witty, Weird, and Outrageous: Saki Favorites (Classics for Young Adults and Adults)
  14. Short Stories Saki by Saki, 1977-07-12

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65. Bowl Of Saki
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76. Saki (Scottish Writer) -- Britannica Online Encyclopedia
saki (Scottish writer), Dec. 18, 1870Akyab, Burma now MyanmarNov. 14, 1916near BeaumontHamel, FranceScottish writer and journalist whose stories depict the Edwardian social
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Table of Contents: Saki Article Article Supplemental Information Supplemental Information - Quotations Quotations External Web sites External Web sites Citations ARTICLE from the Saki pseudonym of H(ector) H(ugh) Munro Munro was the son of an officer in the Burma police. At the age of two he was sent to live with his aunts near Barnstaple, Devon, England. He later took revenge on their strictness and lack of understanding by portraying tyrannical aunts in many of his stories about children. He was educated at Exmouth and at Bedford grammar school, and in 1893 he joined the Burma police but was invalided out. Turning to journalism, he wrote political satires for the Westminster Gazette and in 1900 published The Rise of the Russian Empire , a serious historical work.

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79. The Unbearable Bassington By Saki - Project Gutenberg
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80. Sake - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
This method was also used by Native Americans (see cauim, chicha and pulque), and inscriptions from the 14th century BC mention Chinese millet wine (小米酒, xiǎo mǐ jǐu) being
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search For other uses, see Sake (disambiguation) Dedicated sake barrels at Itsukushima Shrine Sake brewery, Takayama Sake (pronounced /ˈsɑːkiː/ or /ˈsɑːkeɪ/ in English and [sake] listen in Japanese) is a Japanese alcoholic beverage made from rice This beverage is called sake in English, but in Japanese , sake (酒) or o-sake (お酒) refers to alcoholic drinks in general. The Japanese term for this specific beverage is Nihonshu (日本酒), meaning "Japanese sake". Sake is also referred to in English as rice wine . However, unlike true wine , in which alcohol is produced by fermenting the sugar naturally present in fruit, sake is made through a brewing process more like that of beer . To make beer or sake, the sugar needed to produce alcohol must first be converted from starch. But the brewing process for sake differs from beer brewing as well, notably in that for beer, the conversion of starch to sugar and sugar to alcohol occurs in two discrete steps, but with sake they occur simultaneously. Additionally, alcohol content also differs between sake, wine, and beer. Wine generally contains 9–16% alcohol and most beer is 3–9% , whereas undiluted sake is 18–20% alcohol, although this is often lowered to around 15% by diluting the sake with water prior to bottling.

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