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Strangers sat shoulder to shoulder, passing around cauldrons of gumbo and plates of jambalaya.
Its outer layers are a bubbling cauldron of hot gas and plasma.
Many have never been able to win a Masters, even if it suited their game, amid the emotional cauldron of 20-deep crowds.
He stresses that Georgia was a cauldron of violence in the early 20th century but argues that this is not enough to explain the passage to the Great Terror.
When a bowl of broth was taken from the cauldron, a bowl of water and a few more stock ingredients were added to replace that which was taken.
Ceridwen was the goddess of wisdom; she distilled wisdom-giving drops in a cauldron.
Then the bird sentenced the nurse to be thrown out of the window, and the sisters to be cast into a cauldron of boiling oil.
EUROPA'S FAIRY BOOKJOSEPH JACOBS
They brought the cauldron and the loads of wood, and very soon the King was boiling away.
It dragged a cauldron of exaggerated proportions on a car fitted to hold it easily.
STEELCHARLES RUMFORD WALKER
Keep four logs under the first cauldron, eight logs under the second, and twelve under the third.
THE SHOEMAKER'S APRONPARKER FILLMORE

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