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This is a tedious process without a pot, but you can melt a few swallows at a time in a piece of tinfoil, a can or bottle discarded by a sloppy hiker.
HOW TO SURVIVE THREE DAYS IN THE WILDBY KEITH MCCAFFERTY/FIELD & STREAMJANUARY 26, 2021POPULAR SCIENCE
What was uncontestable — especially during a moment when most things felt like a tough swallow — was that it was a movement that seemed to go down remarkably easily.
Hunger had to be satisfied, however, and I had to swallow my pride and my five-pennyworth.
In smoking, they swallow the fumes of the tobacco which causes intoxication for a time.
The birds that build them swallow a certain kind of glutinous weed growing on the coral rocks.
Here was something for the "babes and sucklings" of the craft of violin making to swallow.
ANTONIO STRADIVARIHORACE WILLIAM PETHERICK
I doa'nt swallow that story o' her'n. Depend upon it, man, it be a big lie fro' beginning to end.
THE WORLD BEFORE THEMSUSANNA MOODIE
"Yes, Donald; but I never told you that you should swallow them," replies the pastor, who was as witty as his parishioner.
Some of the figures are being roasted, twitched with red-hot pincers, partly baked, or forced to swallow fire.
The result is that you swallow without resistance theories which would make our children start with indignation.

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