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All the sermon you need can be boiled down into a sentence, and until you have found it out for yourself, you won't believe it.

The Real AdventureHenry Kitchell Webster

Provision opium, when boiled down and converted into prepared opium, loses at least 30 per cent.

He boiled down the whole duty of life into seven words, "Do as you would be done by."

A Layman's Life of JesusSamuel H. M. Byers

The sap is collected in barrels and drawn on sleds to the camp or place where it is to be boiled down.

How We are FedJames Franklin Chamberlain

Boiled down to its essence, pistol shooting is fighting either in earnest or in competition.

Thirty or forty will thus be killed in one night by eight or nine men; the blubber is boiled down into oil, and sent to the Cape.

Ten Years in IndiaW.J.D. Gould

This soup strained, and boiled down to one half, becomes consommé.

Culture and CookingCatherine Owen

This, as you see, will only make a small quantity when boiled down.

Housekeeping in Old VirginiaMarion Cabell Tyree

He boiled down herbs with a bit of lard, and after that was rubbed in three times, he was well.

Poets and DreamersLady Augusta Gregory and Others

Underneath all the flowery verbiage, it boiled down to an invitation to attend the post-Coronation reception.

Heist Job on ThizarGordon Randall Garrett
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