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But these influences on the character and quality of the confection have long been secrets.
Think of this platform as a cake plate supporting the confection of the house itself.
The isotope concentrations of the meteoric confection were also unlike those of earthly sweets.
Beneath the slung mud lies a complex confection of greed and rivalry.
Cocoa may be a main ingredient of a futures-market confection.
She concludes that the confection was named for its shape, not the specific ingredients.
The musical cinematic confection comes out in an ultimate collector's edition.
It is a nougat confection made from sugar, honey and egg whites.
But, oddly enough, the confection is not so tasty as one might suppose.
Take home this unusual confection next time you buy candy.
What he has given them is a smoothly written and deeply ambiguous confection.
The result is a confection made by juxtaposing the apt improbable characters and incidents, and writing in a light, dry tone.
What he didn't do was give an airy, abstract, dreamy confection of rhetoric.
Lift confection onto a cutting board using overhang and halve confection with a sharp knife.
Cut into tiny squares, it is good to eat as a confection.
Growers now have options to reduce or eliminate seed tube plugging when planting the long, narrow confection seeds.
The confection of spice: historical and theoretical considerations.
In addition to its consumption as a fresh fruit, the pulp is used in the confection of ice cream, marmalade and dry fruit candy.
Fondant is a sugar-paste confection that is rolled out into sheets that cover an entire layer of cake.
Best of all, this beautiful confection looks as if it requires far more work than it actually does.

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