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Navel and Valencia oranges are similarly sweet, though navels are slightly more bitter with thicker peels and are favored for eating, while Valencias are favored for juicing.
The pandemic has already provided a bitter first look at what that could mean.
Officially part of Azerbaijan on the map, Nagorno-Karabakh is de facto controlled by Armenian forces, following a bitter war in the 1990s.
Mel Gibson plays a bitter, hard-drinking Chris Cringle in the forthcoming film Fatman.
Health care was the subject of one of the night’s first and most bitter exchanges—a signal that the subject is back on the candidates’ agenda.
Precise ratios can be the difference between a smooth beverage and a bitter, undrinkable cup.
The group of 18 former Deadspin employees — who quit the company after a bitter clash with management last year — have launched the company with a much more collective ownership structure.

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