Here's Jerome Shipton concocting a story, blaming his wife for something she really did!
Lastly Salisbury had no conceivable motive in concocting a plot of this description.
concocting a spectacular potion, the magic begins.
concocting often radical plans to stop the move.
We were clarifying the official message, not concocting our own.
After concocting a spectacular potion, the magic begins.
Rachael Ray may be a wiz at concocting meals in 30 minutes, but the cook/talk show hostess/author apparently can't be bothered to leave more than a buck or two when it comes to tipping.
You can spend time and effort concocting chicken, ham, potato salad, hors d'oeuvres, pie and what-nots.
There is no need to stop your drink-making when you need to switch the type you are concocting if you have an extra jar to use.
Homemade tattoo ink is an inferior substitute to professionally manufactured dyes, but that doesn't stop many at-home tattoo enthusiasts from concocting their own formulas from soot and ashes.
Since there is certainly no lack of professionally prepared tattoo ink readily available on the consumer and wholesale market, it's quite a wonder that anyone would consider concocting homemade tattoo ink recipes.
Cooking class - You can either sign yourself and your bridesmaids up for a local cooking class, or you can simply spend an evening with your best gal pals concocting your favorite recipes in the home of one of the attendants.
In concocting picnic dishes that will enhance your outdoor experience, choose foods that nourish and energize, foods that are fresh, light and nutritious.
concocting clever the civil jury.
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