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When it comes to food, I am adventurous in my tastes, but I am a wuss about heat — a connoisseur of blandness.
The sting of the honeybee has been used as a reference point by sting pain connoisseur, Justin Schmidt.
Looking for last minute gifts for someone with a particular hobby is one thing, but buying a gift for a gamer is another matter entirely, especially if they’re a connoisseur in the field.
This is down to the long-standing desire of conifer connoisseurs to discover branch mutations and from them propagate slow-growing versions known as dwarf conifers.
Many home cooks believe all oatmeal tastes mostly the same, but it’s a point of pride for a porridge connoisseur to rise above this stereotype to make a truly distinguished bowl of oats.
Ben Jonson loved the 'durne weed,' and describes its every accident with the gusto of a connoisseur.
They are all, however, marked by the stamp of genius, and give but little trouble to a well informed connoisseur.
I do not suppose that a connoisseur would call her beautiful, but she suggested health—health of body, of mind, of soul.
THE EVERLASTING ARMSJOSEPH HOCKING
Mr. Spackles regarded Grandmother Penny and nodded with the air of a connoisseur.
SCATTERGOOD BAINESCLARENCE BUDINGTON KELLAND
Mr. Flick Wilder, the well-known art connoisseur, collects such things.
THE WOMAN GIVESOWEN JOHNSON

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