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Avgolemono soup, made from eggs and lemons in chicken stock, is traditional Easter fare, as are the flaounes, savory Easter cakes that contain a special Easter cheese, eggs, spices and herbs all wrapped in a yeast pastry.

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injury that would take him out for the remainder of the season.

However, the U-boat had little time to savor the victory, for the entire scouting line of destroyer escorts moved swiftly to the scene to rescue their sistership's survivors and to commence ASw operations.

Much to her surprise, her conscience kicks in, and she's unable to savor her victory.

Convention organizers admit the poll was "a bit premature" but that nonetheless "it's a pretty good list of good stuff for horror fans to savor".

despite their willingness to swallow anything which has been flavored properly, there are some foods which Dralasites savor and some which they often despise.

As the poem begins, twilight is falling, and as usual the sisters hear the calls from the Goblin merchants, who sell fruits in fantastic abundance, variety and savor.

Filled with a healthy sprinkling of humor and a delightful assortment of nuts, Chocolate Chip Cookie Murder serves up a great new mystery series and introduces a delicious, down-home sleuth that mystery readers will surely savor for years to come.

Don't pretend to be a candle, be a moth, so you may taste the savor of Life and know the power hidden in serving." It is a burnt offering, an offering made by fire, of a sweet savor to Yahweh.

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