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Pepper with such fierceness that both ladies looked up at him.
Pepper as though he had suddenly loosened his clothes, and had become a vivacious and malicious old ape.
Pepper crinkled his cheeks as though they had been cut in wood.
Pepper, indeed, created a diversion of a kind by leaping on to his seat, both feet tucked under him, with the action of a spinster who detects a mouse, as the draught struck at his ankles.
Pepper went on to describe the white, hairless, blind monsters lying curled on the ridges of sand at the bottom of the sea, which would explode if you brought them to the surface, their sides bursting asunder and scattering entrails to the winds when released from pressure, with considerable detail and with such show of knowledge, that Ridley was disgusted, and begged him to stop.
Pepper was a bore; Rachel was an unlicked girl, no doubt prolific of confidences, the very first of which would be: "You see, I don't get on with my father.
Their chief trade consists in provisions, cows, sheep, goats, fowls, pepper, and gold, which is weighed out to the purchaser, and principally in salt, which is properly the money of this country.
Well, I hope you left some suitable excuse," said her husband, somewhat appeased, as he added a dash of cayenne pepper to the soup.
Passepartout blamed the captain, the engineer, and the crew, and consigned all who were connected with the ship to the land where the pepper grows.
To find out, researchers studied peppers in areas of Bolivia with and without pepper-eating insects and fungi.
To make the Salad: In a salad bowl, combine bell pepper, mango, cucumber, ginger, mint, cilantro and red onion and toss gently with 1/4 cup Dressing.
A green pepper is an under ripe pepper grown to suit the supermarket ideas of shape, size and no taste, which is why it can be rather bitter.