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1. Use a piece of fresh ginger to impart a Far-Eastern flavour to simple ingredients.
2. Jill dunked her ginger biscuit in her tea.
3. The plump ginger kitten had settled comfortably in her arms and was purring enthusiastically.
4. I set up a ginger group on the environment.
5. Ginger, nutmeg, cinnamon, pepper and cloves are common spices.
6. Cinnamon, ginger and cloves are all spices.
7. The football team needs a bit more ginger in it.
8. The Prime Minister appointed some new ministers to ginger up her administration.
9. The ginger gives the dish a wonderful spicy flavour.
10. Grate a tablespoonful of fresh ginger into a pan.
11. Root ginger has been used medicinally for centuries.
12. Her fiance & 1 & sported a neat ginger moustache.
13. First, fry the garlic. Next[Sentencedict.com], add the ginger.
14. His nickname was Ginger because of his ginger hair.
15. Some dancing would ginger up the party.
16. His hair is dark grey with flecks of ginger.
17. He's called' Ginger 'because of his bright ginger hair.
18. I live mostly on coffee and ginger ale.
19. We have ginger ale, tonic water and various other mixers.
20. Ginger beer effervesces frothily.
21. His hair was a bright shade of ginger.
22. Ginger shall be hot in the mouth.
23. Her fiance sported a neat ginger moustache.
24. She was a mature lady with dyed ginger hair.
25. She was a mature lady with dyed ginger hair and a roguish grin.
26. It didn't taste much of ginger.
27. The dish had a subtle hint of ginger.
28. You can't mistake him. He's got long ginger hair.
29. Glenys, however, was not at home when the ginger firebrand and the Beatles' confidant arrived.
30. There was the smell of fermenting has and citrus blossoms and ginger lilies and bonemeal and sulphur-coated urea.
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