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- n. Alternative form of osmazome.
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MEAT, THEN, PLACED ON BURNING FUEL was found better than when raw: it had more firmness, was eaten with less difficulty, and the ozmazome being condensed by the carbonization, gave it a pleasing perfume and flavour.
Fish, as we have explained, is less nourishing than meat; for it is lighter in weight, size for size, and contains no ozmazome
Humor, if genuine (and if not, it is not humor), is the very flavor of the spirit, its rich and fragrant _ozmazome_ — having in its aroma something of everything in the man, his expressed juice; wit is but the laughing flower of the intellect or the turn of speech, and is often what we call a “gum-flower,” and looks well when dry.
Another kind of preserved animal fluid is the _ozmazome_, prepared by