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When most recipes call for “fennel,” they are referring to the large, bulbous base and its thick, pale green leaves.
From mayo-slathered ears of corn to bulbous torta sandwiches, many of Australia-based Cienfuegos’s recipes evoke the late-night roadside fare beloved after an evening of drinking.
The S20 featured rounded corners and a bulbous rectangular camera bump on the back.
This consists of a tarred rope, or a flexible whip-stalk, three-fourths of an inch in diameter, with a swab or bulbous end.
DOMESTIC ANIMALSRICHARD L. ALLEN
With constant care it grows thick and strong, upon a bulbous root that can be shaped into a handle.
On the threshold of the doorway was a shadow—black and bulbous.
SCOTTISH GHOST STORIESELLIOTT O'DONNELL
He paused and indicated a large, bulbous figure under a sombrero, snoring peacefully in a sitting position at his side.
He hooked one bulbous leg over a ladder rung and braced the other against a lower rung, hugging the ladder with both arms.
TIGHT SQUEEZEDEAN CHARLES ING
"Such people as that rat Van Goor over there—" He jerked a thumb toward the bulbous-eyed man.
He then bruises the bulbous stalks and squeezes a proportionate quantity of their juice through his hands into the pot.

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