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1. Should she concoct some story about him having a violently contagious disease?
2. In medieval times, professional perfumers would concoct personal scents for their clients from six to eight special ingredients.
3. With those pix and the copy he would concoct, he would be in line for a handsome bonus.
4. Whenever I had a cold, my grandmother would concoct a remedy out of herbs, ginger, lemons and garlic.
5. I began to concoct explanations of my own.
6. And they had taken me so long to concoct.
7. He concoct an excuse for be late.
8. How did the inventive chef ever concoct such strange dish?
9. We concoct assortments never known before: Nutella mixed with chutney and lemon curd goes down a treat; peanut butter drowned in jam and topped with olives or pickled onions is a near rival.
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11. I gave her a tip on how to concoct a new kind of soup.
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13. The second part, based on different forms, understand what means to concoct purpose.
14. It was the least controversial, most insipid topic I could concoct.
15. With phone numbers in hand, Wittman and his Swedish counterpart, Detective Magnus Osvald of the Stockholm police, concoct a sting operation to bring the Rembrandt back.
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