Roast Beef is the best.
(Sorry I fucked with Achewood’s layout for this!)
Definitions, from the OED:
Qi: The physical life-force postulated by certain Chinese philosophers; the material principle. [Alternate spelling of chi.]
Qat: A shrub, Catha edulis, family Celastraceæ, a native of Arabia, where it is extensively cultivated for its leaves, which have properties similar to those of tea and coffee; the narcotic drug obtained from the leaves of this plant. [Alternative spelling of khat or kat.]
Ka: The name given by the ancient Egyptians to a spiritual part of a human being or a god which survived after death and could reside in a statue of the dead person. (Also kaa.)
Za: U.S. slang abbrev. of pizza. 
Te: Now the more usual name, in English-speaking countries, of si. [As in do re me fa so la te do. Also spelled ti.]
Zineb: A white powder used as a fungicide on vegetables and fruit. [From zinc ethylene bisdithiocarbamate.]

Roast Beef is the best.

(Sorry I fucked with Achewood’s layout for this!)

Definitions, from the OED:

Qi: The physical life-force postulated by certain Chinese philosophers; the material principle. [Alternate spelling of chi.]

Qat: A shrub, Catha edulis, family Celastraceæ, a native of Arabia, where it is extensively cultivated for its leaves, which have properties similar to those of tea and coffee; the narcotic drug obtained from the leaves of this plant. [Alternative spelling of khat or kat.]

Ka: The name given by the ancient Egyptians to a spiritual part of a human being or a god which survived after death and could reside in a statue of the dead person. (Also kaa.)

Za: U.S. slang abbrev. of pizza.

Te: Now the more usual name, in English-speaking countries, of si. [As in do re me fa so la te do. Also spelled ti.]

Zineb: A white powder used as a fungicide on vegetables and fruit. [From zinc ethylene bisdithiocarbamate.]


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