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This proliferation helped whet the world’s appetite for vanilla. Smithsonian Mag (2017)You'll do just enough work to whet your appetite, then do a heck of a lot of eating and drinking. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The most we can hope to do in these pages it to whet your appetite. Charles A. D'Ambrosio & Stewart D. Hodges & Richard Brealey & Stewart Myers Principles of Corporate Finance (1991)It has absolutely whetted my appetite for it. Times, Sunday Times (2015)But could it whet the appetite of our thirsty builders when compared with other brands? The Sun (2007)Dinner was the hardest because it was enough to whet your appetite but not enough to put it to bed. Times, Sunday Times (2008)It's definitely whetted my appetite. The Sun (2014)I love it when they linger, they whet your appetite. Times, Sunday Times (2008)It hasn't gone so far as to whet her martial appetite, though. Times, Sunday Times (2010)He began to whet their appetites for Bible study through small groups and short Bible courses. Christianity Today (2000)If all this has whet your appetite, there are loads more great destinations in this week's pullout. The Sun (2015)He ended up as player-manager for the final four matches, which no doubt whetted his appetite for the permanent role in the future. The Sun (2014)

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