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“Rosemary & Thyme is another delightful mystery series.”
“DuFleur Thyme is a scientist who's secretly experimenting with time.”
“The name Thyme is derived from the Greek _thumos_, as identical with the Latin _fumus_, smoke, having reference to the ancient use of Thyme in sacrifices, because of its fragrant odour; or, it may be, as signifying courage (_thumos_), which its cordial qualities inspire.”
“I do not know when the word Thyme was first introduced into the English language, for it is another curious point connected with the name, that _thymum_ does not occur in the old”
“I picked Tammy's Thyme, which is rum with muddled fresh blueberries and thyme.”
“But he really should change his last name to 'Thyme'.”
“Songs_, printed at Edinburgh in 1766, there is an older but much corrupted version of this song, confused with two other songs, a 'Thyme' song and the favourite 'I sowed the seeds of love.”
“Oh, Never Mind-Thought You Meant "Thyme," The Herb, Which We Actually Do Save In A Little Jar”
“Herbes picked in Provence with a blend of Oregano, Thyme, Basil & Marjoram”
“This Roasted Yellow Bell Pepper and Thyme Soup is wonderful in many ways: it's broth-based, low in sodium and high in fiber and beneficial vitamins.”
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