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OTHER WORDS FROM EdenE·den·ic [ee-den-ik], /iˈdɛn ɪk/, adjective
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As a prescription for lockdown blues, Edinburgh, Scotland-based Eden offers bread pudding aromatic with crushed cardamom, an homage to Tashkent, long called “the city of bread.”Take a culinary journey with these new travel-inspired cookbooks|Jen Rose Smith|January 22, 2021|Washington Post
Eden started out as a service to help folks troubleshoot tech issues using on-demand specialists.
In the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, Eden has had to shift yet again, introducing SaaS products to help people return to and work in their office spaces.
The Eden is filled with shredded foam that you can add to or detract from, creating perfect size and firmness.
Available in Virginia at Eden’s Natural Market in Gainesville, Town Duck in Warrenton, and at 70 Virginia ABC stores.Food-friendly wines to pair with your Thanksgiving dishes|Dave McIntyre|November 20, 2020|Washington Post
This fourfold Edenic stream went out in four directions, to the four quarters of the earth, so to speak.The Palm Tree Blessing|W. E. Shepard
The idea of the Edenic happiness of the first human beings constitutes one of the universal traditions.
The pen must be dipped in the juices of that Edenic vegetation and tinted with the blue of that arching sky to record such beauty.The Kentucky Ranger|Edward T. Curnick
With but one restriction man roams through Edenic beauties, a being good and very good, happy and holy.Is the Devil a Myth?|C. F. Wimberly
The restoration means the bringing back to earth of the Edenic condition for man's benefit.The Harp of God|J. F. Rutherford