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“Our ragged wits, ragged minds, after acting out all, imitating all honey-like tunes, air song, excellence of song, true flower of the world.”
“The blueberries add lots of flavor, as you might expect, and the apricots add both a honey-like floral flavor and a lot of moisture.”
“Perched over our books and our cahiers, * we were intoxicated by the honey-like perfume that the flowers emitted; it made us forget the stress and transformed us into little worker bees.”
“Karim Sulayman brought the slightly strained white sound of a high tenor to the ardent young male lead; and Meghan McCall (like Perry, an alum of the company's young artist program) brought a honey-like soprano to the several different roles, all coquettish and falling under the general heading of "love interest.”
“If you can get over the honey-like consistency of the shampoo, you will adore how it cleans and moisturizes your hair from scalp to tip.”
“A pliable, honey-like sugar paste, typically made from sugar, lemon juice and water, is applied to the skin and then flicked off by a technician.”
“Perched over our books and our cahiers,* we were intoxicated by the honey-like perfume that the flowers emitted; it made us forget the stress and transformed us into little worker bees.”
“The floral accord, which includes rose and jasmine, is ripe and candied and brings out both the balsamic sweetness of amber and the heady honey-like quality of ginger lily.”
“To me, meditation is not about stopping all thoughts and insisting on a warm honey-like love syrup circumambulating my spinal column.”
“There was a really nice rice pudding, which was less rice and more pudding (if you are into that) … and there was this amazing cake that wassoaked in this honey-like syrup and topped off with pistachios.”
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