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A quaint old custom, once not infrequently practised, was that of scrambling bread and cheese and other edibles in the churchyard.
CURIOUS CHURCH CUSTOMSVARIOUS
At one time during the evening chocolate was handed round, but there were no edibles of more solid description.
PONCE DE LEONWILLIAM PILLING
But even feasting has its limitations on a warm day 211 in June, and as the edibles disappeared the hike spread came to an end.
BLUE ROBIN, THE GIRL PIONEERRENA I. HALSEY
In common with other peoples, it is usual with these nations to place several kinds of edibles in the grave with the deceased.
THE WORKS OF HUBERT HOWE BANCROFT, VOLUME 1HUBERT HOWE BANCROFT
How pleasant it is then to see them gather about the house, and around the barn and out-houses, to search for edibles.
ILLUSTRATED SCIENCE FOR BOYS AND GIRLSANONYMOUS
The supply was very acceptable, as edibles were scarce in camp.
JACOB HAMBLIN: A NARRATIVE OF HIS PERSONAL EXPERIENCEJAMES A. LITTLE
She looked down at the plate before her, on which were placed almost a dozen varieties of edibles, most of them unfamiliar.
FIND THE WOMANARTHUR SOMERS ROCHE
She hardly opened them at dinner, except to admit the edibles, and she was unnaturally quiet all the evening.
KATE DANTON, OR, CAPTAIN DANTON'S DAUGHTERSMAY AGNES FLEMING
In the country there are no taxes on wine and edibles, and as a matter of economy they go outside of the walls for their pleasure.
PARIS: WITH PEN AND PENCILDAVID W. BARTLETT
It may help the process of getting them to assemble on shell-barks, to remove all edibles out of their way for the time.
BURROUGHS' ENCYCLOPAEDIA OF ASTOUNDING FACTS AND USEFUL INFORMATION, 1889BARKHAM BURROUGHS

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