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"I don't understand what the moist sugar has got to do with it, Sir."
"Then I'll show you," said Sir Patrick, crossing his legs, and setting in comfortably for a good talk "You go to the tea-shop, and get your moist sugar.
And do you know, Kostya, I'll tell you the truth," he went on, leaning his elbow on the table, and propping on his hand his handsome ruddy face, in which his moist, good-natured, sleepy eyes shone like stars.
Fishes are not animals, and they are as cold and moist as the vegetables themselves.
"Well," she said, smiling, for in her own heart she could not help studying this double love of the prisoner for herself and for the black tulip, "I have done things on a large scale; I have prepared a bed as you described it to me, on a clear spot, far from trees and walls, in a soil slightly mixed with sand, rather moist than dry without a fragment of stone or pebble."
They had not met anybody on the moist, red road that wound along the harbor shore.
Sprinkle seeds on top of moist potting mix, cover them with a thin layer (one-eighth to one-quarter inch) of more moist potting mix, mist with water and gently press the top of the soil to ensure good seed-to-soil contact.
Add the remaining ingredients, except the egg whites, to the ground pistachios and mix together, then tip into the wet mixture and stir to combine, making sure that all the dry ingredients are moist. 4.
'These warm conditions have attracted cold and moist winds from the north.'
As they rise, they carry the water into the stratosphere where it creates the moist greenhouse.
1 package instant moist chocolate cake mix from Sweet Serendipities