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“My rhind was a prism, diffracting input into a synesthesia of pleaslrre ....”
“I think mine should be able to find other words to describe stuff but insists on screaming "I want the/a big one". this could mean the floppy cheese, orange with the rhind on or just more.”
“Sometimes thrown out by the waves. it is of a pale yellowish brown colour. the rhind Smooth and consistency harder than that of the pumpkin, tho easily cut with a knife. there are Some fibers of a lighter colour and much harder than any other part which pass”
“The outer rhind of the nut stamped serves as oakum for caulking ships, and the hard inner shell serves for spoons and other utensils for holding food or drink.”
“The inner rhind is like cotton or flax, and can be wrought in the same manner.”
“The outer rhind of these nuts is removed, and thrown into the fire, where it burns quickly and with a strong flame.”
“Their chief product is cocoa-nut trees, the kernel of these nuts producing a pleasant and nutritive fruit, while the outer rhind or husk is useful for making cables.”
A General History and Collection of Voyages and Travels — Volume 06 Arranged in Systematic Order: Forming a Complete History of the Origin and Progress of Navigation, Discovery, and Commerce, by Sea and Land, from the Earliest Ages to the Present Time
“Wee got into it, & the young Captain admired to see a litle thing made of the rhind of a”
“The manner of my life, who can express! the fountain-water was my only drink; the crabbed juice and rhind of half-ripe lemons almost my only food, except some roots; my house, the widowed cave of some wild beast.”
“The root of the thistle, called by the natives Shan-ne-tah-que is [a] perpendicular fusiform and possesses from two to four radicles; is from 9 to 15 Inc [h] es in length and about the size [of] a mans thumb; the rhind somewhat rough and of a brown colour; the consistence when first taken from the earth is white and nearly as crisp as a carrot; when prepared for uce by the same process before discribed of the white bulb or pashshequo quawmash, it becomes black, and is more shugary than any f [r] uit or root that I have met with in uce among the natives; the sweet is precisely that of the sugar in flavor; this root is sometimes eaten also when first taken from the ground without any preperation, but in this way is vastly inferior, it delights most in a deep rich dry lome which has a good mixture of sand. the stem of this plant is simple ascending”
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