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1 The soup has a savor of onion.
2 You need to savor this wine to get its full flavor.
3 None the less, Monk and Coltrane devotees will savor this summit meeting.
4 No, he Says, let some one else savor the whale meat.
5 Hot winds, and the sugary savor of the air! ... The squalling north wind beats against my windows.
6 MacLaine seems to savor such amusingly earthy directness.
7 Now[sentencedict.com], they can savor a momentous event of their own.
8 And savor every moment, for these are not so much pastries as they are moments of gastronomic delight.
9 Likewise, the myriad consumer products we savor and benefit from, if poorly made and haphazardly serviced, can present hazards.
10 His humorous remarks added a savor to our conversation.
11 A connoisseur of politics can savor the machinations of a Neville Chamberlain or Winston Churchill.
12 Sniff, savor and swish that around for a few moments.
13 I savor the feeling of the crinkly old skins through silk gloves, turning them page by page.
14 I am owed and savor the halcyon times.
15 Pausch's bestselling book, "The Last Lecture" (Hyperion), has moved countless people across the country with its compelling message of "savor every moment."
16 Visit the South and savor country-style preparation.
17 I'd love to savor the dulcet tones of the Marine Band while swapping off-color jokes with a high-level Republican war criminal.
18 Here,[www.Sentencedict.com] you can subtly savor the profundity of its unique history.
19 I savor the gentle, quiet terror of reading cuneiform tablets that threaten to crumble at my very presence.
20 You'll seldom experience regret for anything that you've done. It is what you haven't done that will torment you. The message, therefore, is clear. Do it! Develop an appreciation for the present moment. Seize every second of your life and savor it. Wayne Dyer
21 I like these cold, gray winter days. Days like these let you savor a bad mood. Bill Watterson
22 Jealousy in romance is like salt in food. A little can enhance the savor, but too much can spoil the pleasure and, under certain circumstances, can be life-threatening. Maya Angelou
23 It is also good to is too probably the savor of breakfast jollification.
24 As the solarise chromatic over the horizon, I went out to savor the loveliness of the grassland landscape.
25 A temptingly sweet of ice cream praline cake at Coffee X-press Sheraton Xian Hotel, offers an endless array of sweet treats, never feel guilty to indulge you to these savor dessert.
26 By using the only French alembic copper pot in the U. S. , our vodka has the most exquisite taste that you and your vodka loving friends will savor and treasure.
27 When they think of the future, they are optimistic, and when they review the past, they tend to savor the high points," say Diener and Biswas-Diener.
28 Full-bodied voice, is that the old good brandy is common, takes a son to inebriate the person's savor.
29 Of course, during a flare-up with your significant other it's rarely practical to duck out and savor a raisin.
30 The classic movie works which are the most beautiful Muse in holy palace of people's cultural art, are to savor the epic which can convulse people's soul and collection of literature art.