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Not surprisingly, the devil is in the details with this storm, which you can read about in more depth on our detailed storm post.
Sponsor a Tasmanian devil, wombat or Forester kangaroo for about $38 a year.
“There will be a lot of devil stuck in the detail,” writes the BBC’s Chris Morris.
So, maybe not the individual overcoming their own biases and blind spots, but that a system could be put in place, with checks and balances, and devil’s advocates on committees and so forth, that would protect against some of these things.
The slowdown may stem from population decline — fewer devils means fewer transmission opportunities for a disease that spreads fastest within dense groups.
As will be observed, this is done in practically the same way that lobster is deviled.
WOMAN'S INSTITUTE LIBRARY OF COOKERY, VOL. 3WOMAN'S INSTITUTE OF DOMESTIC ARTS AND SCIENCES
Also deviled whitebait; also shrimps of choice quality; and a platter of small soft-shell crabs of a most superior breed.
LIFE ON THE MISSISSIPPI, COMPLETEMARK TWAIN (SAMUEL CLEMENS)
He made rarebits and deviled things with an air that had been handed down from generations of epicures.
THE GAY COCKADETEMPLE BAILEY
Now that the lake was again storm-deviled, the White Sturgeon was gone.
THE SPELL OF THE WHITE STURGEONJAMES ARTHUR KJELGAARD
You may also devil them, as described in deviled chicken (Art. 266).

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