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“On the following Monday when I went to the Lilas to work in the morning, André served me a bovril, which is a cup of beef extract and water.”
“Miso soup is basically Japanese bovril, but none the worse for that.”
“Bring with you four bottles of bovril, couple of pounds meat lozenges, half-dozen tins sardines, bottle of brandy -- yes, _and_ soda, as you say; couple of pounds chocolate, two tins coffee and milk ....”
“Yes; chocolate, bovril, the whole boiling; but --”
“Spurning cigarettes and bovril we rushed to the bar.”
“When the doctor came again with his apparatus he had bovril and brandy, and the tube was left for only one second in my body.”
“I also suggested that instead of brandy – he had given me another meal of bovril and brandy – fruit juice or the water in which a pear or apple had been stewed should be added to my food.”
“As for the bovril, I had the strongest objection to it of a vegetarian kind, and I begged him not to give it to me again; he said he would not.”
“I'm going to send you up a cup of bovril in a minute ....”
“A nurse came in with a cup of bovril, and put it on the table by his bed, and Vane turned to her abruptly.”
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Those sweet, salty, nutty, vegetably, yummy and/or hork-worthy spreadables or munchables that folks will convince you to try.
Words from the works of Peter Reading - at least one from each (except the Schwitters-esque erosions, cut-ups etc).
Words for things both tangible and anthropic. I'm in the process of spinning off hardware into ute, and people into oofy.
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