How To Use Oozing In A Sentence

  • The elf cast a jaundiced eye over the blackened mountain, which was still oozing lava.
  • The other cheese beloved in Savoie, the smelly, oozing reblochon, is the star of a Savoyard specialty: the famous tartiflette. Savoie the Fair
  • But I need my fish grilled and oozing with BBQ sauceJhungry valval!! cooltwinz Diary Entry
  • The sludge from the bottom of the swamp that the dredge hauls up dripping and oozing at least has substance: you can dry it out, look at it through a microscope, describe it, or flush it down the toilet.
  • Within ten minutes I was snoozing guiltlessly once more… and I didn't wake up until 11.30.
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  • It is different from normal speaking as it is harder to get a sense at an early stage whether everyone is on the edge of their seats, gently snoozing or snorting derisorily, but the fact that you can see the audience allows you to get some sense of that. Transition Culture
  • He is boozing in a wild manner, and has become a nuisance.
  • Few pirates were in there, snoozing deeply in their bunks or hammocks.
  • These include a beautiful main bar lounge, an exclusive VIP area and another room with banquettes and booths that are perfect for sitting at with your bottle service and schmoozing your date or chatting with your mates.
  • She removed the bandage to reveal a red swollen wound oozing pus.
  • If you've got all this right your cuttings will be snoozing away and happy. Times, Sunday Times
  • He moved through the crowd schmoozing and smiling, surrounded by an arc of secret service agents, his suit jacket tossed saucily over his shoulder.
  • At every vegetable market in North Africa, and now also in the south of France, there are stalls laden with huge piles of soft lemons, oozing with juice, next to several varieties of olives.
  • I know she has mental health problems, but her bipolar condition won't be helped by taking illegal drugs and boozing. The Sun
  • This consists of cured meats and pickles served with delicious oozing melted cheese. The Sun
  • Expect whitewashed walls, four-poster beds and hammocks for afternoon snoozing. Times, Sunday Times
  • No, it had been rather haphazardly portioned with seemingly no utensil involved; an oozing brown viscosity trailing its ragged, blackened, peel. Snap
  • Seated on his left, Georgia had the misfortune of being eye level with an oozing pimple buried in his scraggly sideburn. Georgia’s Kitchen
  • He was still snoozing gently. Times, Sunday Times
  • He is charming and witty, oozing the image of a man in control of his life. Looks, however, can be deceiving.
  • Mrs White is worried about her son, since he spends every night boozing with his friends.
  • Blood was oozing out of the wound on his leg.
  • Half of all cases of cirrhosis of the liver are caused by heavy boozing. The Sun
  • Oh yes, the confidence is just oozing from the bulkheads now! A Bland and Deadly Courtesy
  • As the sun was sinking below the horizon, we relaxed by the pool, sipping cognac and snoozing as the cockerels strutted about on the lawn nearby.
  • In the anesthetized patient, the only signs may be unexpected oozing, hemoglobinuria, or hypotension.
  • With good-looking blokes oozing charm it certainly seems the place for a holiday romance. The Sun
  • So the Kitchener weighed it out to him and the good-for-naught entered the shop, whereupon the man set the food before him and he ate till he had gobbled up the whole and licked the saucers and sat perplexed, knowing not how he should do with the Cook concerning the price of that he had eaten, and turning his eyes about upon everything in the shop; and as he looked, behold, he caught sight of an earthen pan lying arsy-versy upon its mouth; so he raised it from the ground and found under it a horse's tail, freshly cut off and the blood oozing from it; whereby he knew that the Cook adulterated his meat with horseflesh. Arabian nights. English
  • You know, those things I drag myself over red hot oozing lava and pointy steel blades uphill both ways in blizzard and howling tropical storm to create. More POV - and a reflection on how to take a compliment
  • Walcott, and substitute Andrey Arshavin, could both have made it 4-0 and the game was closed out with the Gunners oozing confidence and looking very healthy as the race to the title hots up. BBC News - Home
  • It smells sweet and thick, and although the fragrance is alcohol-based and has a regular sort of consistence, one can't help but expect it to be gooey and oozing suggestively out of some ancient-looking phial. Mirra & Mirra by J & E Atkinsons: Perfume Review
  • The wound was oozing blood.
  • At one of these confabs, I was obliged to tour the floor with my new boss, who wanted to show me how schmoozing the client should be done.
  • This consists of cured meats and pickles served with delicious oozing melted cheese. The Sun
  • They had a type of slime stuff oozing down their bodies.
  • He claimed that actors were given a ‘dressing down’ when they got things wrong or when they were caught boozing.
  • Her low and smoky voice must be as devastating a tool for schmoozing as it is for coruscating put-downs.
  • The forward is oozing confidence right now. The Sun
  • In three or four days, an oozing sanies appears under the animal and soaks the sand to some distance. The Life of the fly; with which are interspersed some chapters of autobiography
  • Needless to say there was indeed a nice mouse-sized chunk of Harry's favourite gristle-packed stewing steak oozing gore on a covered saucer in the fridge.
  • More sedate but nonetheless oozing French bohemian cool are overcoats with ruched hemlines in soft corduroy by Lilith.
  • The 47-year-old teacher and her five kids were snoozing when eight armed crooks used sledgehammers to break through her wall, unnecessarily because she would have let them in the door.
  • There was a time in my distant past when I could go out boozing and dancing, get home in time to change into my work clothes and do a full days grafting, ready to go out again at night.
  • Starring Linda Griffiths as Ripples, a boozing floozy with a weak spot for a pimp who throws her out, The Blues is darkly comical as it plays out the desperation and dreams of four characters in a dingy New York bar.
  • ‘They just thought Ruby was this swinging party chick, boozing it up with tons of boyfriends’.
  • And officers have introduced a drinking ban, which means they can stop people boozing in designated public places.
  • Wrapped in a serviette it was lying on the lap of a fat, snoozing gentleman.
  • We were boozing in his yamen after luncheon, and he was telling me of Ward's latest exploit - a slap at another Taiping outpost, Chingpu, with three hundred men. Flashman and the Dragon
  • We made use of cash ISAs, moved money around to get better interest rates and I also got seriously into stoozing, becoming a bit of credit card expert in the process. Fool.co.uk - Headlines
  • Hot springs oozing from an underground volcano adds tints of yellow and green to the blue ocean.
  • Or eight pieces of bacon, oozing a nice puddle of fat with which to sauce that four-person portion of spaghetti carbonara… eaten solo.
  • It was even possible to scent resin oozing from the hot wood of a dock, the air of warmth and freedom.
  • Top pubs and bars have joined the voluntary ban on encouraging binge boozing in a bid to attract ‘better’ drinkers.
  • Rather, these grown-ups smugly go about their business, sipping drinks and schmoozing one another in hopes of earning a big return on their initial investments.
  • Despite the fact that we know more about alcoholism than ever before, it hasn't slowed the rate at which young women are boozing.
  • Mortana's knife sliced the pale skin on the back of Zeora's hand, producing a yelp of pain and… a line of oozing blood.
  • A cut on his cheek was still oozing blood.
  • Once on the scene, L.A. officers took control, got the information they needed, and returned to the road as fast as possible, wasting no time schmoozing with the citizenry.
  • Most of the day, though, Dolly's been snoozing, taking over the bed and demanding to be left alone to get on with some serious nap time.
  • Bath Street is turning out to be Glasgow's premier thoroughfare for boozing, schmoozing and general tomfoolery.
  • Two young women in knee-length boots and fixed smiles are schmoozing the room.
  • The first lesion goes most of the time unnoticed and the typical cutaneous finding is a sore also called frambesia which is an itching, granulating and oozing ulcer with a thin scab at the top.
  • To round off a meal of simple, unadulterated luxury, try an incredibly easy pavlova, oozing strawberries and cream.
  • Expect whitewashed walls, four-poster beds and hammocks for afternoon snoozing. Times, Sunday Times
  • Two classic French desserts were beautifully combined, the crumbly slightly dryish madeleine making a heavenly match with the oozing creamy brûlée.
  • He had figured on commandeering the pilot berth but the Airedale had already reclaimed territorial rights, now snoozing peacefully. CORMORANT
  • More viscera, still oozing with blood, had been dumped in a large plastic bowl on the floor beside the table. NIGHT SISTERS
  • Boozing in the street could cost drinkers £500 under tough new measures introduced this week.
  • He looked down at it and saw the claw marks, and the blood slowly oozing out.
  • Expect whitewashed walls, four-poster beds and hammocks for afternoon snoozing. Times, Sunday Times
  • You have coon hunts, gators snoozing in the middle of the town square (the townsfolk politely step around him so as not to disrupt his nap), and drunken brawls at town socials.
  • If you're lucky an eagle ray might cruise past, or you could find a turtle snoozing beneath an overhang.
  • The proprietor prefers to be on the floor; hustling merch, schmoozing with the clientele and practising the salesmanship he learned 45 years ago.
  • Now fill these full of lug and stitch the hook through them along the length to form large bait that is oozing juices.
  • You can even see the gesso oozing through the canvas weave in the reverse.
  • His suit was stained by the blood still oozing from gunshot wounds to his neck and chest.
  • They walked into the backyard and there was Jimmy giving Jezebel's swollen, oozing introitus long slow licks while the bitch's flanks heaved and her tongue lapped at the air. Puppy Love
  • Her eyeballs had shriveled further, and the sockets were oozing a thick pus. DO NO HARM
  • All was relatively quiet when a loud bang is heard from outside and the dog that had been happily snoozing on my lap suddenly jumps up and scares me half to death.
  • When I say 'stew', I mean up to his armpits in a brown, oozing, sticky, gooey, gravy-dumpling gack.
  • The image was in stark contrast to Hollis ' first sight of her, face frozen with rigor mortis, pinkish foam oozing from her blue lips. AMAGANSETT
  • No doubt was in the corpulent man that the fly boys were snoozing away, most likely recovering from intoxication from their little victory celebration earlier today.
  • It was even possible to scent resin oozing from the hot wood of a dock, the air of warmth and freedom.
  • His boozing, arrogance, and hair-trigger temper have often led him into ugly nightclub brawls.
  • Before ten o'clock the adobe wall of the patio was warm enough to permit lingering vacqueros and idle peons to lean against it, and the exposed annexe was filled with sharp, resinous odors from the oozing sap of unseasoned "redwood" boards, warped and drying in the hot sunshine. Susy, a story of the Plains
  • Eventually all the beautiful people were puffing robustos and coronas while schmoozing, partying and sauntering among the paparazzi.
  • Yet being in Davos in between the rubbernecking, schmoozing and speculation, one can't help but muse about the process of coming of age, or - as Wikipedia describes it - Mann's exploration of ''art, culture, politics, human frailty, and love'' that he set here. Man(n)'s Magic Contradictions
  • The spectacle of the female medium in pain - a body often tied down, exposed in various stages of undress, or both - threatens to overshadow the curious display of flocculent ectoplasmic oozings and their iconographic content.
  • You could feel the cocaine crystals oozing from his sweat glands. Times, Sunday Times
  • Last week's festival slaked the thirst of over 1,000 visitors, real ale veterans and virgins alike descending on Troon for three days of eager boozing.
  • More private BBQs meant more time for schmoozing and boozing, plus catching afternoon sets by bands that would later overpack the clubs.
  • He is a practised master at the art of schmoozing the media.
  • The plate contained a large slice of peach cobbler, with the juicy slices of golden peaches oozing from beneath a golden brown crust.
  • It was even possible to scent resin oozing from the hot wood of a dock, the air of warmth and freedom.
  • You lie back in the sleek black-and-grey pods, snoozing in semi-privacy while wearing sound-blocking earphones.
  • I couldn't run, or even move, for fear that the watery goop covering the floor would splash up and cover me with its oozing foulness.
  • That is not going to happen where, as the PAC attests, top taxmen are schmoozing their way through dinners with corporate clients without taking notes. Business taxation: self assessment | Editorial
  • Eugene, Oregon's Jonah Owen was oozing steez, Johnnie Paxson was twisting 270 on the hard way to 270 out, Celeste Rhoads was front-boarding smooth as anything, someone did a backie on the mini kicker ... and then my paring meter ran out and it was time to peace! ESPNsoccernet
  • His smaller arms clasped at the oozing wounds on his back to staunch the flow of blood.
  • RED wine lovers will be told to stop thinking it is good for them in a major blitz on boozing. The Sun
  • Manchester United were by now oozing with confidence.
  • Jess is still snoozing, how on earth could she sleep through the phone ringing?
  • Two young women in knee-length boots and fixed smiles are schmoozing the room.
  • You are oozing with sweat.
  • This morning as I write, the stark gnarl and tangle of winter is sugared with snow, deer tracks stipple the backyard and the pale yolk of the sun is oozing through the thick clouds.
  • This labouring together month upon month may lend testimony to the ethos of messianic intensity (albeit inverted backwards) oozing from ‘Taming of the Wasps’.
  • By the time I was finally able to rip open that dang plastic cover, the giddiness was oozing out of my ears.
  • The banyan replaced the Hanging Elm in Washington Square Park as my favorite tree, because it isn't so much a tree as a tree monster, a macabre tangle of branches oozing to the ground so as to support ever more branches, threatening to squeeze to death anything in its path, a tendency that earned it the cute nickname "strangler fig. Aloha? More Like Boo!
  • The waiter brought her a massive pizza oozing cheese.
  • The waiter brought her a massive pizza oozing cheese.
  • He saw there was a big hole in the back of the man's head, blood was still oozing from it.
  • Drake stood back in and eyed the pitcher, a heavyset kid with a face oozing sebaceous oils that only a blind mother could love. Parents Behaving Badly
  • You can even see the gesso oozing through the canvas weave in the reverse.
  • He [ His body ] was oozing sweat.
  • We ate dinner lateish, then headed over to a bar nearby for some boozing.
  • He would be sleeping on the ground and we would be snoozing in our vehicles next to him and he would get up so quietly that we were not aware that he was moving away.
  •   Just a few stalks will have a round-shouldered, introverted schlump like me oozing androsterone out of every pore! Celery: Viva Veggie Viagra!
  • If you're prone to snoozing during the day, take note. The Sun
  • Checking he saw blood was oozing from a wound in his head.
  • If anyone in history has ever emitted a bigger pile of oozing, sanctimonious, unctuous, fetid, perfidious, malodorous offal than this, I'd like to know what it could possibly be.
  • An autopsy showed he had taken coke, ecstasy and speed while other clubbers said he had also been boozing heavily. The Sun
  • Paula’s peroxide is now oozing through her veins and no one in her extra large entourage of hangers-on and losers can stop it. Think Progress » VIDEO: Zahn Interviews McGovern, Defends Rumsfeld
  • This consists of cured meats and pickles served with delicious oozing melted cheese. The Sun
  • You need access to information, face time and schmoozing informally, off-site and in nonworking hours.
  • The cutlets came with battered onion rings oozing grease, mushrooms that could have been boiled for all the taste they had, a plain-grilled tomato and a pile of thin chips.
  • At one of these confabs, I was obliged to tour the floor with my new boss, who wanted to show me how schmoozing the client should be done.
  • Signs could include oozing a clear yellow fluid or rough skin around the bite. Read about impetigo.
  • They spent the whole afternoon in the restaurant boozing up.
  • I gave Isaac a dram to kep his heart up, and he sung and leuch as if he had been boozing with some of his drucken cronies; for feint a hair cared he about auld kirkyards, or vouts, or dead folk in their winding-sheets, with the wet grass growing over them. The World's Greatest Books — Volume 06 — Fiction
  • Successful schmoozing isn'tglad-handing or insincere sucking up -- although expressing since readmiration can be an important schmooze tactic.
  • I picture Same and the ‘Brave’ occupying the same unfinished basement: cement flaking and the old forgotten canned goods oozing from the seams. dbadass has proven himself, time and again. Think Progress » Fox News commentator Geraldo Rivera criticizes Bret Baier’s Obama interview.
  • By 1am, I am pinned on my back with a baby glued to each boob, and the rest of the night passes in fits of light snoozing interrupted by gymnastical gyrations on Wren’s part and fierce nipple-chewing on Robin’s. 2008 November « A Bird’s Nest
  • At this age boozing didn't have much visible effect and he always had a red face anyway.
  • She was innocently snoozing on the couch, catching her last remaining Zs of the afternoon, when "Ka-Boom!"
  • You can sense the confidence just oozing out of him. The Sun
  • At any rate, The Grudge has atmosphere and shock-value oozing from every frame ... but you find yourself not caring who lives and dies (except for the detective and the smart woman -- who I genuinely hoped would not go "splat" in a choad-like fashion**). The Grudge
  • Eczema is also used to describe nonallergic skin disorders that are characterized by oozing, scaling, and itchiness, which we call contact dermatitis. You Raising Your Child
  • In its primary and secondary stages, syphilis induces raw, oozing genital sores in which the syphilis spirochetes multiply, eager to hitch a ride on the next sex partner.
  • The dobro, the resonating guitar with the "hubcap" top, introduced in the late 1920s for playing oozing Hawaiian music, had had a very set, limited role in country, as heard in the fills and comedy novelty sounds brought to Roy Acuff's band by Bashful Brother Oswald (Pete Kirby) and the even-more-intricate playing of Uncle Josh Graves with Flatt & Scruggs. Jerry Douglas, Irreplaceable Instrumentalist
  • We don't consider schmoozing at interviews to be a bad thing.
  • He was lying splayed on the ground, drool oozing from his mouth and onto the floor.
  • By the time I reached my car at Ardwall Farm the water was oozing from my boots.
  • In portal hypertensive gastropathy, the mucosa is friable and bleeding occurs when the ectatic vessels rupture and manifest as mucosal oozing.
  • The waiter brought her a massive pizza oozing cheese.
  • The scrub person can be alert for oozing or plan for more ties, ligatures, or clips.
  • They must have been boozing; it's an absolute disgrace.
  • I live in the UK and I swear, nothing has changed: I still see people out partying, boozing, eating in restaurants, white-wine swillings whores (most of London's workforce) still trawling the shops for their crap. Alex Jones' Prison Planet.com
  • If the sap gets on your skin and it's exposed to sunlight ... you end up with third-degree burns, oozing and scars, " Naja Kraus, the DEC's giant hogweed program coordinator, told the press.
  • I can see your swollen black eye, the blood oozing from the wound on your forehead. EPIC TALE
  • Oozing a silky menace reminiscent of Kevin Spacey at his creepiest, John comes face to face with Patrick Jane in a crowded mall food court, where the psychopath's perverse cool is deliciously unsettling. Matt's TV Week in Review
  • If you've got all this right your cuttings will be snoozing away and happy. Times, Sunday Times
  • Tasty, single domaine offerings like this punch well above their weight, oozing dashing, oaky smoky, gamey fruit. Times, Sunday Times
  • He was still snoozing gently. Times, Sunday Times
  • With good-looking blokes oozing charm it certainly seems the place for a holiday romance. The Sun
  • As the journalist Tunku Varadarjan wrote, "a poorly assembled lunch can ruin a day at the Test match", and the history of cricketing packed lunches is keenly cherished ideally cricket food comes in small shareable parts: the oozing sandwich slow-cooked in its tinfoil, the flaking samosa, the impossible joy of crisps. Sozzled - how English cricket got lost in drink | Barney Ronay
  • The first two weeks involved me in the back row with one hand shielding my forehead, pretending to write but actually snoozing.
  • Often the first sign is black or burgundy sap oozing from tiny holes in the bark; soon after, the tree wilts, turning starkly brown.
  • There's a fried dough ball - a "fritter" - with a hollow core oozing with cream sauce studded with diced conch meat ( the ulterior epicure
  • A man of irreproachable personal piety who nevertheless has no objection to his neighbors’ boozing on the Sabbath or fornicating in haylofts is not a Puritan.
  • Dan, a fresh-faced 40 year old, doesn't get the chance to go boozing and schmoozing with the industry very much.
  • The problem - or at least the difference - is simply that it was based not only on the author's experience but on the soap-operatic adventures of her boozing, man-loving, peregrinating mother.
  • Jerusalem artichokes were painted with olive oil, salted and peppered, and baked whole, like little potatoes, until the skins darkened and split and the oozing juices caramelized.
  • You think snoozing through one little review session won't make a bit of difference?
  • The new research can help doctors "target the antibiotics better," for kids who need them, who seem to include children under the age of 2 with infections in both ears, as well as those whose ear drums are oozing pus, says Richard Rosenfeld, chairman of otolaryngology at Long Island College Hospital in Brooklyn, N.Y. Ultimately, physicians say they have to decide based on the patients in front of them. When the Best Rx Is No Rx
  • These shot glasses are perfect for wannabe mobsters and molls who like to pretend they're boozing in a strip joint instead of a room and kitchen in Paisley.
  • Oozing grace, charm, wit and style, she gives a masterclass of the English mannered style - a raised eyebrow here or a sly grin there sufficient to keep us engaged.
  • You can sense the confidence just oozing out of him. The Sun
  • Matthews will still be able to drink in pubs, but will breach the order if he is caught boozing in public anywhere in England or Wales.
  • Here, though, the number was Mr. LeBlanc's alone, and he gave in to his sludgier impulses, his voice oozing awkwardly around the lyrics, compressing them into unintelligibility. NYT > Home Page
  • One of my cats had obviously been snoozing at the edge of my bed without me noticing.
  • And the garden fell silent for a while, with an old grey poet and his cat snoozing softly in the sun.
  • And mere seconds after they've landed, they already have sketched out the schematics for a fantastic vertical park, sure to draw thousands of tourists, mountain climbers and well-funded graduate students of garden history, who will come for exactly one hour to analyse the site and then spend the rest of their fellowship money whoring and boozing it up. Giant Guatemalan Sinkhole
  • Half of all cases of cirrhosis of the liver are caused by heavy boozing. The Sun
  • The potato pancake was nicely browned and served as a sponge for the toppings of just-wilted spinach, slices of pink-as-a-tongue ham and a perfectly poached egg, just oozing yellow loveliness.
  • The pretty medieval hilltop right bank town of St Emilion produces pricey and prestigious clarets, so to get one this good and oozing with soft, juicy, cedary style for under £7 is a coup.
  • They scurry across the marble floors, perch snoozing on the railings and snuggle into holes low down in the walls, their long tails poking out.
  • While their regiment marches back and forth across India, they spend their time boozing, brawling and scrimshanking.
  • Blood is oozing from the wound.
  • Be they filled with cream, oozing with jam or tartily enticing you with their pert, pinky icing tops, don't trust them. Irish Blogs
  • His mind seemed to turn, on the instant, into a vast camera obscura, and he saw arrayed around his consciousness endless pictures from his life, of stoke-holes and forecastles, camps and beaches, jails and boozing-kens, fever-hospitals and slum streets, wherein the thread of association was the fashion in which he had been addressed in those various situations. Chapter 1
  • Linbof, whose books contradict one another, cannot help him; nor can the pilgrims on crowded steamers, nor the verse writers and harlots in dives and boozing-kens. Fomá Gordyéeff
  • Grand snoozing to-night, maty; fat night for that. Moby Dick; or the Whale
  • Dad was snoozing in his armchair.
  • Incredibly, it was the schools and churches which seemed to encourage boozing by giving it to underage drinkers as prizes at fetes and garden parties.
  • If he was indeed suffering from syphilitic symptoms such as burning joint pain and oozing ulcerations, then this portrait could represent a sort of purgative catharsis.
  • Many of the juniors and seniors in the class were snoozing lightly, as always, and others were staring at the teacher as if he was a madman.
  • Add a few flannelled fools chasing a cricket ball, children running and squealing, grandmas snoozing, sausages sizzling, and it's the perfect picture of a Saturday afternoon at a local Aussie oval.
  • He had a toy, wooden sword in one hand and a piece of oozing vanilla cake in the other.
  • If anyone in history has ever emitted a bigger pile of oozing, sanctimonious, unctuous, fetid, perfidious, malodorous offal than this, I'd like to know what it could possibly be.
  • Haunted by having caused the death of a baby brother and believing himself forever unforgiven by his beloved and loving mother, he frittered himself away as a minor actor in his father's company, boozing and wenching.
  • TV chiefs suspended her for two months in 2003 for boozing and she also got a drink-drive ban. The Sun
  • Mrs White is worried about her son, since he spends every night boozing with his friends.
  • He spent the entire evening schmoozing with the senator.
  • The forward is oozing confidence right now. The Sun
  • There is also a Scottish flag, plenty of trestle tables and several large street lamps which allow fresh air boozing to continue after the sun has set.
  • Increasingly the victims of Scotland's love affair with boozing and brawling are long-suffering NHS staff.
  • On a notable day in July the cub was snoozing with his sisters within the band of trees, ears alert for danger signals.
  • We had an uninteresting march next day, over desert and many stones, up and down hill, past a village called Ghaida, and went somewhat out of our way to see a rock with bitumen or asphalte oozing out of it. Southern Arabia
  • Bakery owners say despite the advent of new-fangled versions, nothing beats the classics, the ones oozing with gummy lotus seed paste and salted duck egg yolk to symbolize the full moon.
  • RED wine lovers will be told to stop thinking it is good for them in a major blitz on boozing. The Sun

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