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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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chardchard /tʃɑːd $ tʃɑːrd/ noun [uncountable]  HBPDLCa vegetable with large leaves
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chardSometimes it is salty, sometimes as bland as chard leaves.On another visit, not-so-crisp chicken was paired with unseasoned mashed potatoes and too-lemony chard.Inside the pack will be a membership chard, an attractive car sticker.Serve from baking dish, with a side dish of sauteed spinach or chard.If you feel like going completely over the top, why not grow some rhubarb chard near your gaudy cabbages?Rhubarb chard grown nearby will make the scene even more spectacular.On top put the chard and cover with the rest of the sauce.
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