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Every few days, the architect and his offspring flipped the wheels and wiped down the mold that would eventually form their rinds, occasionally adjusting the cave’s humidity levels by pouring buckets of cold mountain spring water over the mud floor.
The natives of Guiana use a tube or pipe not unlike a cheroot, made from the rind of the fruit of a species of palm.
Every drop of his brave spirit had been squeezed out of him, and he stood the mere pulp and rind of his former self.
I merely just touched a piece of fresh rind, and my hands smelt of it the next morning.
The rind is peeled from the branches by means of knives, and then dried in the sun; this gives it a yellowish or brownish tint.
I recollect there was something that was like a duck, and some canned tomatoes, and a kind of fruit with a yellow rind.
THE BELTED SEASARTHUR COLTON
He could not understand how this miracle of freshness and beauty had sprung from the bitter rind of a citron.
Is this the rose fresher than the morning dew, the miracle of beauty that has come from the rind of a citron?
Add a little bacon rind blanched and cut into the shape of lozenges.
"Good," softly whispered Rind, while the shuffling motion of her club feet showed how pleased she was.
THE ENGLISH ORPHANSMARY JANE HOLMES

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