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  • We also feasted on a stew called herk-yumso jungol, described as specially boiled black goat with vegetables ($39.95 large, $19.95 small - the small was enough for two, with leftovers), which came to the table bubbling madly in a stone pot.

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  • Stig Føbus fram bak skyatram, daa sprikk med skam alt gygere-herk.

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  • These motion-simulation seats (30 were installed this summer) are supposed to make you "live the action" -- i.e., the seats herk and jerk with what's on the screen.

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  • After a few seconds that felt longer to both of us, I figured out what was going on and was going to grab her and pat her on the back or do the Heimlich maneuver, but she managed to herk the meat back out.

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  • only ting worse den steppin in herk is havin it on yer hed.

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  • "He simply bound her and carried herk struggling to his ship.

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  • "But in most respects the film just doesn't click: tone stumbles and fumbles meaning, dialogue meanders above uneven visuals, and scenes herk and jerk, frustrating momentum.

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