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“Instead of a meaty ragù, it uses walnut-sized meatballs of beef and pork yes, more meatballs, fried until golden, and then added to a simple tomato and onion sauce.”
“In this case, though, the thought doesn't count, because as soon as he lays eyes on his ginger siren, his walnut-sized brain — and other things — are no match for Jessie's fang-tastic pheromones, and by episode's end, the cutest couple in all of Bon Temps is scrumping in the bed of a pickup.”
“Form the mixture into walnut-sized balls, then place on a cookie sheet and freeze for 2 hours.”
“She also avoids some obvious questions – notably when she tells us that Alex would have an autopsy but not what it revealed about his walnut-sized brain.”
“For more than 20 years my annual physical exam has routinely included a PSA test and a digital examination of the prostate, a walnut-sized gland, essential to the reproductive process, lying deep inside the pelvic area.”
“But, for believers, it matters not a jot that no one has yet located the walnut-sized tardis in the brain where the soul resides, because for them, an intrinsic part of the self is always located in the unspecific au-délà, the placeless beyond, being held or held over by forces beyond comprehension.”
“Charles proffered a crown set with walnut-sized raw rubies, Janie tenderly dusted off an exquisitely enameled vase, and Claudia dived into a pile headfirst and emerged with what looked like a pair of silver-plated thumbscrews.”
“With their walnut-sized heads and peanut-sized brains, they somehow manage to outsmart us – the “rational,” “higher” beings that we (supposedly) are.”
“Walnut-shaped and only walnut-sized, it is yet ferociously the site of cancer.”
“The key areas that regenerate are the hippocampus, a walnut-sized area of the brain that controls much of our mood and memory, and the olfactory smell center of the brain.”
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