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Channel the nuns of colonial Mexico and concoct your own saucy, sticky creation.
Short on food, they concoct a stew of worms and chewing tobacco, which goes down as well as you’d expect.
None of this concocted hysteria could have been possible if not for the confusion about the difference between the County Office of Education and San Diego Unified.
POLITICS REPORT: ANATOMY OF AN OUTRAGESCOTT LEWIS AND ANDREW KEATTSAPRIL 3, 2021VOICE OF SAN DIEGO
Clementson said being a good steward of taxpayer dollars means selecting the best ways to improve their lives – and in this case, make transportation faster and easier – not adhering to a concrete list of projects concocted decades ago.
Lacking the individual talent only money can buy, Bielsa still managed to concoct a world-class attack that, at risk of sounding like a cliché, starts on defense.
I felt a thrill concocting a plan using enemy-disabling “quickhacks” to take out four gangsters out without firing a single bullet, only to have it fall apart at the last second when a fifth suddenly appeared.
CYBERPUNK 2077 IS A MESS ON EVERY LEVELPATRICK LUCAS AUSTINDECEMBER 17, 2020TIME
"But you must concoct something with more staying power," he went on.
THE OPENED SHUTTERSCLARA LOUISE BURNHAM
I must concoct a letter and explain my views; and the more I can make him understand how things really are the better.
THE PRIME MINISTERANTHONY TROLLOPE
All that region abounds in sweet, wild apples, from which the Indians concoct a fermented liquor which they call chi-chi.
I marched on with my men, leaving him and Belfort to concoct whatever mischief they would.
IN HOSTILE REDJOSEPH ALTSHELER

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