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I frequently used to visit the plantations of nutmegs and cloves, and refresh myself with their balsamic fragrance.
The slime of these rivers will be made of sweet-smelling nutmegs, and their pebbles of pearls and hyacinths.
Add a dash of cinnamon, add a few nutmegs (whole); these will give the pie that rich, nutty flavor so much desired.
The dress of the Duchess of D—— was studded with diamonds as large as nutmegs.
THE ART OF ENTERTAININGM. E. W. SHERWOOD
Then beat a couple of Nutmegs, and put them into the sowsing-drink; then Lard it.
The nutmegs and mace when delivered in Europa cost the Dutch five hundred and twenty thousand pesos annually.
The oil of nutmegs, is extracted chiefly from mace, which is the inner epidermis of these nuts.
And then he went over to America, put his money into wooden nutmegs, and promptly became a millionaire.
Yankee bodies, that we will be able to raise nothing but wooden nutmegs after the war.
For the discovery of nutmegs we had also to thank the pigeons, and they were carefully planted in our orchard.
THE SWISS FAMILY ROBINSONJOHANN DAVID WYSS

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