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Together they went downstairs to face Senor Medena and whatever he had cooked up for them all next.
Unfortunately the locals cooked up a foul concoction of chickens and recently caught crayfish from the local toilet bowl masquerading as a lake.
Remember when Shakespear's Hamlet cooked up his oh-so brilliant plan to expose his father's death?
She often cooked up spells to control others or prevent actions she didn't want to have happen.
The two cooked up the story as a way of giving Cane a life and a family far away from his own rough roots and giving the Chancellors' someone to love again.
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