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Because in 2003, baseball curiously decided to give home field advantage to the winner of its spiceless All-Star Game.
Each has a goal of at least 57 miles per day, interrupted only by stops for bowls of pasta or grain or spiceless brown stew ladled out by volunteers, occasional pauses at the Portosan, and a few hours of shut-eye.
But Irina, filled from top to toe with the _tempérament_ that comprehends every vagary and something of genius, watched the illumination of his face and eyes till she was beset with high desire: till her present life, with its hollow luxury, its spiceless ease, its savorless pretence, had become abominable to her.
She had no memory for his words; so, and truly, she told her Louise: meaning that she had only a spiceless memory; especially for the word love in her ears from the mouth of a man.
Twenty-four hours later, one can introduce a bland, spiceless diet of baby food or cottage cheese.
A rare combination - spiceless but still very very hot. "