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Today easier, more palatable treatment taken once per day costs a few rands.
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This is a good time to start building processes and templates that make your culture more palatable and scalable.
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It’s the one we need to make the rest of this decade a palatable, even euphoric experience.
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So to make the purchase more palatable, companies like Sunrun and Vivint began to offer various kinds of leases.
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There is an art in making palatable flapjacks out of nothing but flour and water.
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Five or six species of small animals were named hares, or rabbits, merely because their flesh was palatable food.
Though they live only on prey, and drink blood more often than water, yet it is said their flesh is very palatable.
Cooked in the ashes, it makes a palatable but tough cake, which we enjoyed after our long abstinence from bread.
Strabo speaks of very large bats in Mesopotamia, whose flesh was palatable.
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