“Those days during Deepavali, we'll get food from our Indian neighbors, on Raya, the Malay neighbors will send us some ketupat and lemang, on Chinese New Year, the Chinese neighbor will give us red packet and mandrin oranges.”
“It was reported that earlier today, a strong gale-force wind carried the mandrin orange parfait trend to neigboring states including Queensland.”
“The weather system generated huge amount of dust, thus made the whole city looks like mandrin orange parfait served on your dinner table.”
“This season they have mandrin balloon on their menu.”
“It's the same thing again this Chinese New Year ... mandrin oranges, cookies, ang pau, fire crackers, etc, etc ....”
“Ai haz hunnidue melun wiv a splash uv jijer whine, smoked haddikk wiv a poched eggy on it an bernbutter and sum mandrin orinjis in joos.”
“The esophagoscope is to be passed only with ocular guidance, never blindly with a mandrin or obturator, as was done before the bevel-ended esophagoscope was developed.”
“It should be emphasized that with the lens-system gastroscopes, the tube should be introduced into the stomach under direct ocular guidance, without a mandrin, and the optical apparatus should be inserted through the tube only after the stomach has been entered.”
“The slanted end on the esophagoscope obviates the necessity of a mandrin for introduction.”
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