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This magic ungent is not just a useful tool, it's practically mandatory for Fantasy because it's what shapes the "What if ...?"
His burned, ungent-covered face looked made up for some bizarre show.
We knew that paintings in tombs have shown people with ungent cones on top of their heads, which were thought to be made of fats and scented resin.
So wise withal and learned, men so pure And cleanly in their moraIs_, tliat no razor Ever profau'd their beards; their unwash'd hides Ne'er dabbled in a bath, nor wafted scent Of od'rous ungent as they pass'd along.
For let AB meet the ungent HM in T, and it wUI PC -