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“Sir, what's hard to understand is why you can't let a hard-working man just take his damn honey back home with him without having his balls busted over some bitter-smelling but probably delicious honey.”
“Dr. Rosenbaum prescribes a bitter-smelling anticonvulsant called phenobarbital.”
“The airbeast shivered all over, venting a bitter-smelling wash of hydrogen right into her face.”
“Then Piers applied something to it—a bitter-smelling oil.”
“It contained several gauze packets of a bitter-smelling tea, a tin of salve, and several strips of her adhesive plaster, none of which seemed likely to be of use in any imaginable misadventure, but did no harm.”
“The first addition to the concoction was the bitter-smelling goldenseal, which had been renamed by Samuel Thomson in the nineteenth century because he did not like the native name, yellow root.”
“Shortly it was only a chimney standing sentry over a cellar hole full of bitter-smelling black water.”
“With a vicious oath, he jerked his palm away, but before she could draw breath to scream, something damp and bitter-smelling was pressed over her face.”
“Cross flag to the chimney and filled the clean shelves of the generously built kitchen with bottles of antiseptics and bitter-smelling drugs and surgeons 'cutlery.”
“A bitter-smelling herb which she commended to me as "Saints 'Savory," I afterward learned to be tansy.”
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