Butter and eggs

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n.1.(Bot.) a name given to several perennial plants having showy flowers of two shades of yellow, or of yellow and orange, such as Narcissus incomparabilis in Europe, and the toadflax (Linaria vulgaris) in the United States; the latter is a naturalized weed in North America.
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Norris could not speak with any temper of such grievances, nor of the quantity of butter and eggs that were regularly consumed in the house.
I've pawned her ring, and I've bought the bread and butter and eggs, and I've taken care of the change.
Using butter and eggs is really easy because we know what they do.