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More like the noise of powdering an iron bar on a nutmeg-grater, suggested Brittle.
The clove-tree is somewhat smaller, and cannot boast of such luxuriant foliage, or such fine large leaves as the nutmeg-tree.
The kernel is almost the same colour as the nutmeg, but it has no net-work: it is dried in the shade.
Add two shalots, a little salt and pepper, a grate of nutmeg, a gill of mushroom ketchup and the same of Marsala.
The thimble denoted a thrifty housewife; the button, a life of single blessedness; and the nutmeg, a good cook.
The Mace is the pretty inner rind that surrounds the Nutmeg, when ripe.
Add one chive, one cardamon, two cloves, half a nutmeg and salt to taste.
The black pepper, the cinnamon, and nutmeg are also in great abundance here, and very productive.
In a flux of haemorrhoids, wear off the pain, and let her drink hot wine with a toasted nutmeg.
With sorrel, which is the very best of all greens, do not put in any acid; with spinach, add a little nutmeg.
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