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Once it is steamed, even the tough outer petals feature a little nub of tender flesh at the tip where they attach to the heart.
Chemicals from food hit tiny nubs on our tongue called papillae that hold taste buds.
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Those handy extending nubs, however, don’t play very nicely with wireless charging.
The nub of the argument is that surveillance capitalism’s target is human nature itself — with Zuboff calling out the “data business” playbook of “hidden extraction mechanisms” which she said are robbing us of the ability to fight back.
The nub of the whole matter is: The claims made for Sanatogen are unwarranted, misleading and fraudulent.
And, having drawn all possible satisfaction from the other's amazement, he sprang the nub of his joke with a grin.
In the flat center of each lock was a small keyhole and alongside of it a notched nub, the nub being sunk in a minute depression.
Only the red nub of it showed above the timber line across the lake, and the shadows lay inland a long way.
Halloway reflectively knocked the nub of ash from his pipe, and went on more slowly.
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The Romans drew vast quantities of gold from the mines of Nubia (nub means 'gold') and made Egypt their 'granary'.

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