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Based on a poem by John Henry Cardinal Newman, it dispensed with the
traditional admixture of recitatives, arias, and choruses, using instead a
continuous musical texture as in the musical dramas of Wagner. The work was
not well received ...
The seeds' aroma and taste are strong, sweetish, and somewhat bitter,
reminiscent of burnt sugar. They are farinaceous in texture and may be mixed
with flour for bread or eaten raw or cooked. The herb is a characteristic ingredient
in some ...
The two varieties of fox terrier, wire- haired and smooth-haired, are structurally
similar but differ in coat texture and in ancestry. The wirehaired variety was
developed from a rough-coated black-and-tan terrier, the Wirehaired fox terrier
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