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In Greece and Cyprus nutmeg is called Á?????????? (moschokarydo) (Greek: "musky nut") and is used in cooking and savoury dishes.

In the morning he plays it back and finds that a male Smilodon had investigated it and knocked it over, urinated on it and left a musky mammal
darkness of the human psyche: "the heart of an immense darkness."

In flashbacks in " The Chain ", we see her under Rona's squad musing about guns.

He finds the selection in music stores and bookshops unrelentingly bland, musing whether this is partially attributable to the efforts of the Undesirable Propagation Unit (UPU), one of several state censorship agencies.

And his penchant for public musing has turned into a key element of his campaign -- allowing him to steer public debate and train attention on whatever issue, or chosen enemy, he desires.

And Seventies leather boots - a hybrid between a Cuban and Chelsea style - came in red or brown and nicely complemented the retro musing.

Better is when the Avengers are just sitting around, musing about the physics governing Thor's heavy hammer.

"But I always feel like I'm missing something," she continued, musing about Twitter.

But the Buddha dissuaded followers from musing on metaphysics, Fisher said.

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