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The chef was already familiar with mojo, an essential condiment and marinade in Cuban cuisine, but the Canarian mojo he tasted was different.
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It also highlights Silverman’s special superpower, the ability to use her glow and an awwcomeonbuddy nudge to convert all sorts of nasty mojo.
These proposed projects have all aimed to give us some extra mojo on the world stage, and most – but not all — have vanished without a trace.
Connect, network and shift your mobility mojo into overdrive.
With enough heat, however, random jostling would disrupt the atomic cooperation, explaining Curie’s observation that hot magnets lose their mojo.
The mojo is a little mound consisting of onions and green peppers chopped very fine, and lemon juice added to the gravy.
If you want the steak a la espanola, it should be fried instead of broiled, and when well done each piece surmounted by a mojo.
He would often call his sisters my children (mojo dzieci), out of tenderness, and add some playful affectionate expressions.

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