Sabor

(flavour) Each one of the four sensations identified by the sense of taste. Sweet: identifiable on the tip of the tongue. Sour: identifiable on either side of the tongue. Salty: identifiable on the front part of the tongue. Bitter: identifiable at the very back of the tongue.
Found on http://www.decanterwines.co.uk/page/spanishWineGlossary/

Sabor

(from the article `Nagodba`) ...empire, was merged with Slavonia and placed under Hungarian jurisdiction. Although many Croats who sought full autonomy for the South Slavs of the ... The 1990 constitution changed the structure of the Sabor, or parliament, from a tricameral body under the Yugoslav system to a bicameral body ... [2 rel...
Found on http://www.britannica.com/eb/a-z/s/2

Sabor

[Tarzan] ==Evolution of the term== In the initial magazine publication of the original Tarzan novel Tarzan of the Apes, Sabor meant `tiger`. Burroughs subsequently altered the meaning to `lioness` for book publication after being informed that there are no tigers in Africa. He substituted `lioness` rather than `lion` because there was an ex...
Found on http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sabor_(Tarzan)

sabor

Spanish and Portuguese designation for taste; look there.
Found on https://glossary.wein-plus.eu/sabor

Sabor

taste, “It tastes like…” = “Sabe a .”
Found on https://www.cellartours.com/blog/spain/spanish-a-z-food-dictionary
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