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A man's wit, however, is quick and inventive in the wilderness; a thought suggested itself to the captain, how he might brew a delectable beverage.
with all the sweet and delectable course of his achievements in love and war.
Of all delectable islands the Neverland is the snuggest and most compact, not large and sprawly, you know, with tedious distances between one adventure and another, but nicely crammed.
Which, having avoided, he passed under the bridge and came, to his great rejoicing, within full sight of the delectable Gardens.
Also, while aware that poverty was anything but delectable, she had a comfortable middle-class feeling that poverty was salutary, that it was a sharp spur that urged on to success all men who were not degraded and hopeless drudges.
INTERNATIONAL guest bartender and the 'world's greatest tropical mixologist' Daniele Dalla Pola recently shook things up inside Shangri-La at the Fort during its Bartender Series, which featured his exotic tiki drinks, delectable libations and unique kind of showmanship.
At a recent lunch, Sofitel chef de cuisine Halim Ali Khan showed how Indian food fuses spices into delectable flavors-even in the desserts.
A perfect Easter brunch is not complete without the delectable transformation of regular hard-boiled eggs into bite-sized deviled eggs.
Delectable light and dark rippled cream is layered on a tasty, crisp base of chocolate crumbled biscuit.
One of the leaders of the dessert beauty trend, be Delectable from Cake Beauty is renowned for its naturally-scented hand creams and luxurious body products.
Detroit's Delectable Past: Two Centuries of Frog Legs, Pigeon Pie & Drugstore Whiskey
Let me declare myself to be a fan of the delectable Ms Lumley.