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frog spawn

frog spawn
 n.— «Sago—vulgur form “frogs’ spawn”—is one of those nice glutinous round pellets which comes as a dried little nodule and cooks into stuff that, well, looks like frogs’ spawn.» —“Re: What is sago?” by Rosa Michaelson Usenet: soc.culture.celtic Dec. 19, 1992. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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