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When asked how the biscuits taste, he holds one of the grainy, chicken-nugget-sized lumps in his hand.
If someone had handed him a gold nugget he'd have glanced and tossed.
One amber nugget contained a perfectly preserved adult specimen.
Nugget's owner has taken some of the flock's eggs to a school so the kids can see chicks hatch.
Once ashore, some lucky beachcomber finds the sea nugget-lucky, because ambergris costs a small fortune.
The nugget of the argument here is the framing fighting climate change as a way to help nature is flawed.
But there was an interesting nugget that hasn't been widely discussed.
No biographical nugget will be considered irrelevant if it serves this purpose.
While you can't make the headphone bands tighter or longer, they seem to fit no matter how big your nugget.
To find the nugget of what a particular ethic was, without getting too broad and putting things together was a challenge.
For the moment, there's the odd useful nugget, veering from the useful to the humorous.
No philosophy or belief system, whether good or evil, can gain any followers unless it has some nugget of truth to it somewhere.
The experimental study was centered on nugget formation.
The stir zone or nugget exhibited residual tensile stress.
Kim says the belly flap's peritoneal membrane makes the appearance of the nugget meat less desirable to consumers.

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