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Serve on a hot platter with melted butter poured over, and garnish with watercress and sliced lemon.

Broil as usual and serve with melted butter, lemon-juice, and minced parsley poured over it.

The fish may be put on a serving-dish and the sauce poured over it if desired.

Here more acid juice is poured out into it, and it is churned by the muscles in the walls of the stomach until it is changed to a jelly-like substance.

From the small intestine what remains of the food-pulp is poured into the last section of the food tube, which enlarges to from two to three inches in diameter.

A very large portion of the food eaten is sucked out of the food tube into the blood vessels, passes through a large area of the body, and is poured out again as waste through the glands of the lining of the lower third of the bowel.

Ninety-five per cent of the food value of the meat and bones, out of which soups are made, remains at the bottom of the pot, after the soup has been poured off.

On account of these filth-dangers, it began, a century or so ago, to be the custom in cleanly and thoughtful households to provide, first, ditches, and then, lines of pipes, made out of hollow wood or baked clay, and later of iron, called drains, through which all the watery parts of household wastes could be carried away and poured out at some distance from the house.

When the great vein trunk has poured blood into this pouch until it is swollen full and tight, these muscles in its walls shut down sharply and squirt or squeeze the blood in the heart-pouch into the great artery-pipe, the aorta.

This cooling process is hastened by the evaporation of the perspiration poured out at the same time, as we have seen.

With the carbon dioxid it is poured by the body cells into the veins, carried to the heart, and pumped through the lungs, where the carbon dioxid is thrown off.

I found a newspaper, poured the food between its pages, hid the wrapping, and left the empty plate outside the door.

The rain poured down and the wind, faintly howling, banged away at the window.

I passed sorcerers with machetes that crackled with flames in the morning light, making sacrifices at dawn of red cocks, who poured gnomic chants on the untrodden roads.

When he dragged me into the room he tossed me on the bed and thrashed me till sweat poured down his chest.