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“He had developed his interest in publishing there, working on a humor magazine called Froth and a literary magazine called Inkling.”
“Froth' is one of those political code-words like 'tittle-tattle', used by politicians to fend off discussion of something which is true but unpalatable.”
“Angelo Sosa from Xie Xie in New York -- who, by the way, is already a very established chef to the point that it would probably be detrimental to his career if he doesn't walk away with the win -- made Arctic Char with Pickled Shallots, Chillied Tapioca & Smoked Bacon Froth because that's what they eat in Connecticut where he's from.”
“The final color we chose was Benjamin Moore's Richmond Gold with Cream Froth for the trim and contrast walls.”
“ Two other unpleasantries Mrs Petrol-Froth would rather not spend her time thinking about.”
“ Mrs Petrol-Froth observed that she was screaming to be let go; her shouts as if from a far off place.”
“ Mrs Petrol-Froth bobbing her head, yet at the same time wondering what a young thing like this would be doing out walking while it was still too dark to see the feet in front of her? — when the girl began to shiver uncontrollably.”
“ Running to get a couple of blankets, it occurred to Mrs Petrol-Froth that the young lady was dressed rather inconveniently for a coldsummer night — her midriff bare in a skimpy jersey, the jeans cut shockingly low revealing a gold ring that protruded from her navel.”
“ Mrs Petrol-Froth rising and going to the window, where she looked down on a caravan of truck-like vehicles stopping alongside stone walls that buttressed the graveyard, near the bend in the road at Pillar's Knoll.”
“ Mrs Petrol-Froth looked down at the varicose veins marking Dolly's legs — map of a crowded city she was thinking, following an especially knotted blue vein that meandered north before it disappeared under the wide leg of Dolly's patterned culottes.”
Looking for tweets for Froth.