1 A succulent hash arrived, and Mr. Wolfshiem, forgetting the more sentimental atmosphere of the old Metropole, began to eat with ferocious delicacy.
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2 Among the trees they were continually cutting with their scythes the so-called "birch mushrooms," swollen fat in the succulent grass.
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3 I could feel the succulent giving of flesh and bone under my blows, and for a moment I was free.
4 It was a daylight bird, chuckling over the substance and succulence of the day, over worms, snails, grit, even in sleep.
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