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“Simnel probably refers to the Latin word simila, meaning fine, wheaten flour, which was used to bake cakes for Mothering Sunday, which takes place during Lent.”
“But earlier this week, they and eight others of simila ...”
“I make a simila rone every season, but your cardamom take is intriguing...”
“You can download it from ‘boards, or Google Video et simila, but I know it’s not a big deal. bill g.”
“= Sinjorino, [Mrs.] k.sim. = kaj simila (j), [et. sim.]”
“Thus in the meal-offerings it will have SLT (simila) not QMX (far).”
“HealthCanal.com that the team's findings may have implications for vaccine development for anthrax and other simila […]”
“I'm a little wary of the HD camcorders as nearly all reviews slate them indoors (except the Canons it seems), yet they seem to have a simila lux rating to my old camcorders and they were OK.”
“An industive argument works because the premises and the conclusion all describe similar phenomena, so, if the phenomena described are not sufficiently simila, the inference fails.”
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