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For nearly 20 years, the 25 nominees for best actor, actress, and director receive a commercial cornucopia of products and vouchers for exotic trips and services from brands hoping for some celebrity media exposure.
It resembled “a delicate cornucopia,” he wrote, one woven from “stiff, glistening, elastic threads, resembling the finest hairs of spun glass.”
Here are a selection of bottles ideal for food pairings with a cornucopia of traditional and non-traditional dishes.
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It had two pilasters of stone cut in facets, and the coping represented a reclining woman holding a cornucopia.
CATHERINE DE' MEDICIHONORE DE BALZAC
Bracelet, with a winged cornucopia as central ornament, set with plasmas, and with filigree and leaf work.
This can be forced through a pastry tube, or through a cornucopia, made from ordinary white letter paper.
Faith, I've seen Hamlut played wid a new black eye an' the queen as full as a cornucopia.
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A bunch of violets or a box of mignonnette suggests to sensitive imaginations the whole cornucopia of Flora.
This is an expressive portrait, ornamented with a vine wreath, and with a rich cornucopia or clusters of ripe fruit.
Plenty is represented by a Fury extending her cornucopia of 'Assignats' to a group of hungry-looking half-starved Frenchmen.

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