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Of course, cinema has set feasts on screen for a long, long time, using food to evoke desire, love, loneliness, bounty, joy, and a lot more.
10 DELICIOUS FOOD MOVIESALISSA WILKINSONSEPTEMBER 25, 2020VOX
Scientists locked in on that goal some decades ago and set out to clone a single “elite” palm, one that produced a bounty of oil, into 50,000 palms just like it.
THE ENVIRONMENTAL HEADACHE IN YOUR SHAMPOO - ISSUE 90: SOMETHING GREENANASTASIA BENDEBURY & MICHAEL SHILO DELAYSEPTEMBER 16, 2020NAUTILUS
So, this conglomerate of women, plus the bounty hunter, equaled intrigue for Rachel and me.
Finally, if you panic-planted a pandemic garden, salads are by far the best way to deploy your bounty.
Snap delivered its annual “partner summit” virtually in the second-quarter, where it showed off a bounty of new products including Minis, which lets third-party developers create what are essentially mini apps inside of the Snapchat platform.
Instinct had prompted her to put away her husband's bounty in casting off her allegiance.
I feel most grateful to you for your kindness, for your generous sympathy in my sorrow, but I cannot accept your bounty.
THE WORLD BEFORE THEMSUSANNA MOODIE
The good folk do not accept the bounty of their Queen without making her a return for it in kind.
This fair one was attended by Bounty, Beauty, and all the rest; they are called a folk in l. 48.
A testator may bequeath property to a trustee who shall select the objects of the testator's bounty.

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