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Phillips to sit with the model Minnie Andrews--she found on her desk a big luscious "strawberry apple." Anne caught it up all ready to take a bite when she remembered that the only place in Avonlea where strawberry apples grew was in the old Blythe orchard on the other side of the Lake of Shining Waters.
But beneath the hard crust of the lobster is found a delectable and luscious food.
Also I enjoyed luscious fruits and vegetables, but not a single article of food which was exactly similar to anything on Earth.
Luscious, sun-kissed fruits which hung far out upon the frail bough of the jungle's waving crest were brought to her by these tiny, nimble allies.
There are luscious figs also, and olives in full growth.
There was at once a sort of low gratification in receiving this luscious incense from an attractive and still young worshipper; and an irritating sense of degradation in the very experience of the pleasure.
Forth from the frigid mews come easily swinging carriages guided by short-legged coachmen in flaxen wigs, deep sunk into downy hammercloths, and up behind mount luscious Mercuries bearing sticks of state and wearing cocked hats broadwise, a spectacle for the angels.
She took the prescription and gave him one last, luscious smile.
The least developed of all in Tarzan was the sense of taste, for he could eat luscious fruits, or raw flesh, long buried with almost equal appreciation; but in that he differed but slightly from more civilized epicures.
For our gals who need some extra sexual stimulation, I suggest Bound (1996), a wild modern film noir with the luscious Gina Gershon.
Nonetheless this resplendent coffee table book with its staggering 440 crisp and luscious photographs must be the next best thing to a trip to Japan.
At City Center in April, rows of chorus girls spiced up their ballet steps with bumps and grinds, and the luscious, leggy ballerina Vera Arbuzova (left) tap danced on a tabletop.