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Hare hid a piece of cheese in one of two tall bowls and pointed to the bowl containing the tempting morsel.
The bird by that time had been joined by a second one which had alighted to feed on a tiny food morsel it had been carrying.
It's not a big slab of steak but a smaller, succulent morsel of meat.
Their raspy tongues can clean a bone of every last tasty morsel.
But users may prefer to pay lumpy subscription fees rather than a small charge for every morsel of information they access.
They have a rough tongue that helps them clean every last morsel from an animal bone-and groom themselves.
Every morsel of saving from closure will please the tea-partiers.
The order of words in this delicious morsel of dialect varies with the user.
The butter had melted into a luscious sauce that coated each soft, fragrant morsel.
Consider two lizards confronting each other over a mutually desired resource such as a nest site, a mate, or a morsel of food.
But no tempting morsel of food seemed interesting to her.
Singing dogs, even if raised from puppyhood by people, were no better than wolves or chimps at find-the-morsel.
He had something white it his mouth, a morsel of success.
We get them morsel by morsel, and the brisk dicing between them can catch the viewer unprepared.
Smell the perfume of flowers, taste with relish each morsel, as if tomorrow you could never smell and taste again.
Weeks or months later another morsel, and then another, would appear.
Considered a tasty morsel by coyotes, prairie dogs used these tunnels as a quick escape from their predators.
Avoid eating every morsel of food or your host may order more thinking you're still hungry.
It's a tempting, flawed morsel at almost-tempting prices.
She grabs a stick with her bill, pushes it forward through the hole and knocks the morsel onto a slope,.
Bowing to its hatchling's hunger, a crane offers an insect morsel.
Every morsel is weighed, and no deviations are allowed.
Even if the predator gets by this defense it may only end up a small morsel.
Eat these special foods slowly and enjoy every morsel.
They float along, still as a log, until a tasty morsel gets close.
Cats are amazing jumpers, and will climb on countertops looking for a tasty morsel.
He took a morsel, said his own prayer and dropped it into his mouth.
We should dress up an enticing morsel, made to order for that specific target, and send it by them.
It's a morsel of pleasure for yourself, during a month long frenzy to think of everyone else in your life.
When she's finished, she offers a morsel of something to the pup.
They shared stories of their day as they devoured every last morsel off their plates.
Smell the perfume of the flowers, taste with relish each morsel, as if tomorrow you could never smell and taste again.
But across town, at another portal to the subterranean maze, a morsel of information has floated to the surface.

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