(1) ├ö├ç├┐Finally, a word about British objectives├ö├ç├û, he announces near the beginning of this potted history of the Cold War.(2) It is not that there's anything wrong with the dishes described on the menu: I like potted shrimps, grouse, salt beef and tongue, omelette Arnold Bennett.(3) If, on the other hand, you plan on selling potted plants, hanging baskets, tropical foliage or flats, a greenhouse becomes a necessity.(4) The first section offers a lively potted history of the anatomical mapping of the heart, from ancient Egypt to the first heart-and-lung transplant.(5) Those potted foods that are still made survive because they are delicacies: for example, potted shrimps in England, or French terrines or rillettes.(6) A potted summary might go as follows: she was a brilliant young French woman, born in Paris in 1909 in a fully assimilated, secular Jewish family.(7) Lunch arrives, thank God: those potted shrimps to start for me, and just the two starters for him, some Parma ham and a dish of veal tonnato.(8) Herewith a potted description of a great weekend!(9) Then, make it a focal point with potted flowers, lawn ornaments, or themed decorations.(10) Take your picnic: like nowhere else in Britain, this place calls for potted meat and pineapple chunks straight from the tin.(11) Anything still blooming in a pot, such as impatiens, will make a good indoor potted plant for the winter.(12) Fish and chips, roast rib of beef, cottage pie, potted shrimps, Scotch egg with whisky mayonnaise, egg custard tart - all are revealed in a new and con temporary light.(13) This is the definitive guide to growing bulbs as cut flowers or flowering potted plants.(14) A potted explanation of what has become his obsession is as follows.(15) Thank you very much indeed for a very quick potted tour of your areas of responsibility and command structure.(16) It's a fascinating potted history, following Moore's life and career from Northampton slum to Northampton scribe.