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  • I looked through your other church mouse entries but none seemed right - this story was probably printed in the late 70's, in colour (very intricate designs) and featured in a cathedral w / a cat and mouse, robbery of silver candlesticks and the mouse found a 'smorgasboard' of stuff underneath the pew.

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  • Good ol' Gainesville had a smorgasboard of healthy and vegany goodness and I am excited to tell you all about it.

    Carolyn Scott: Grubbin' in Gainesville

  • While Lauren Kirchner of the Columbia Journalism Review approves -- finding that the blog mandate seems to have created quality content -- critics worry Forbes "will ultimately cannibalize its elite brand, and in the process become primarily an online clearinghouse for a smorgasboard of blogs."

    Magda Abu-Fadil: Fasten Your Seatbelts and Turn on Your Magazines

  • If not; you have a veritable smorgasboard of literature to explore.

    Proffessional or Amateur writer? « Write Anything

  • Gillies says the idea is to replace the "smorgasboard" approach of students picking from a huge range of courses to something more focused.

    London Met VC explains why he is cutting 400 courses

  • They are living a charmed life with plenty of does and a smorgasboard of corn, beans, alfalfa, and milo to eat.

    Collecting Versus Earning Your Game

  • Kaffe here, kaffe there kaffe everywhere two stoned out young strangers eating smorgasboard til ill and trying to act polite

    A Journey Within A Journey

  • She thought of the meals they had shared the past 49 years: the duck confit and profiteroles in Paris, the smorgasboard of salmon and herring and cheeses enjoyed in Helsinki during their second honeymoon, their daughters and grandchildren gathered around the Thanksgiving table.

    Survivor

  • The annual oddball-theater festival Capital Fringe runs July 8-25 and features a smorgasboard of one-man and one-woman shows, mini-musicals, spoofs, sendups, standups ... well, you get the picture.

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  • And there is a smorgasboard of subsidies for the super-rich waiting to be dismantled.

    Johann Hari: And David Cameron's First Victims Are...

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