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Patty Diez, Eater project managerI love a cookie with a lot of stuff in it — the more textural intrigue, the better.
Now, the 34-year-old right-hander, who admits he has aged into what he and others politely refer to as the “smart pitching” or “finesse” phase of his career, is what intrigue looks like for the Orioles in 2021.
Danish food and drink have been front and center on the world stage in recent years, thanks largely to widespread intrigue with New Nordic Cuisine, the cooking philosophy popularized by René Redzepi, the chef who founded Copenhagen’s Noma.
Spring is in the air — and so is intrigue and mayhem — in five first-rate new mysteries and thrillers out this month and next.
It’s a slim novel that builds tension right up to the end, and the intrigue is more in the journey than the destination.
Instead of a boring story about Beltway romance, Playbook ended up with a boring story about Beltway romance with a splash of media intrigue.
He professed both to abominate and despise all mystery, refinement, and intrigue, either in a prince or a minister.
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The king fell in love with her, and his attempted intrigue led to complications that almost caused a war between France and Spain.
Black Hood knew what it was to be a policeman with hands bound by red tape or political intrigue.
However, if you can forget that, the coils of an admirably woven intrigue will grip your attention and sympathy throughout.

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