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cellanea, omnium-gatherum, menagerie, motley; mishmash, hodgepodge, Brit, hotchpotch, gallimaufry, farrago, jumble, scramble, tangle.

pastille, n. 1. lozenge, tablet, pill, Pharm. troche, jujube, drop, cough drop, Pharm., Vet. Med. bolus; hard candy, candy, confection, bonbon, sugarplum, sweetmeat, comfit.
2. deodorizer, room deodorizer
or deodorant, air freshener, Trademark. Airwick Solid,

pastime, n. diversion, recreation, relaxation, divertissement, entertainment, distraction; amusement, fun, play, sport, game; hobby, avocation, sideline, side interest; Inf. cup of tea, SI. thing, SI. bag.

pastor, n. rector, vicar, shepherd, (in France) curd; dean, canon, prebendary, capitular; abbot, prior, abbd; chaplain; minister, priest, reverend, father, parson, divine, Dial, dominie; ecclesiastic, churchman, clergyman, cleric.

pastoral, adj. 1. bucolic, simple, idyllic, paradisiacal, Edenic; serene, tranquil, halcyon, quiet, restful, peaceful, placid, pacific, irenic; modest, uncomplicated, uncomplex, unsophisticated, innocent, untainted, unblemished; sweet, lovely, gentle, harmonious; quiet, slow, unrushed, easy, lazy, carefree; charming, gracious, happy.
2. rural, country, countrified, rustic, Arcadian; out-doorsy, back-country, provincial; common, humble, lowly; georgic, agrarian, agricultural.
3. ministerial, clerical, churchly, ecclesiastical. -
n. 4. idyll, eclogue, bucolic, georgic; Music. pastorale; pastoral poem, pastoral painting.

pastorate, n. pastorship, rectorship, vicarship, can-onship, deanship, presbyterate, deaconry, chaplaincy, abbacy, prelacy; pastorage, vicarage, parish, church, flock; episcopate, bishopric, canonry, presbytery; see, diocese, chapter, province, jurisdiction, charge; benefice, living, Brit, incumbency,

pastry, n. pie, tart, Brit, tartlet, puff, cream puff, dclair, French pastry, Fr. patisserie; meat pie, Brit. pasty, vol-au-vent, patty shell; Danish pastry, Inf. Danish, coffeecake, coffeebread, doughnut, donut, cake, cupcake, petit four, ladyfinger.

pasturage, n. 1. feed, fodder, provender; forage, eatage, herbage, pasture, grass.
2.
range, grazing ground. See - pasture (def. 1). pasture, n. 1. range, grazing ground, grass, grassland, pastureland, Scot. shieling; meadow, meadow-land, lea, Archaic, mead.
2.
feed; pasturage. See - pasturage (def. 1).
-v. 3. fodder, grass, put
or turn out to pasture.
4.
(all of livestock) forage, graze, browse, crop; feed on or upon, fatten on or upon.

pasty, adj. 1. doughy; sticky, gluey, gluelike, glutinous; gummy, gumbo, mucilaginous; viscous, viscid.
2. pale, pallid, wan, sallow, tallow, waxen; anemic, sickly, pale-faced, tallow-faced, whey-faced.

pat1, v. 1. rap, tap, slap, box, cuff; dab; caress.
2. pat on the back
Informal, encourage, embolden, hearten, nerve, Inf. buck up, bolster, assure, reassure; congratulate, Archaic, gratulate, praise, commend, shake [s.o.'s] hand, Inf. stroke.
-n. 3. light blow, rap, tap, slap, box, cuff; dab; endearment, caress.
4.
small piece, lump, chunk, Inf. hunk.

pat2, adj. 1. apt, apposite, relevant, to the point, germane, pertinent, apropos, applicable; appropriate, fit, fitting, suitable, well-chosen; perfect, right, just right, Inf. just what the doctor ordered, Inf. on the money, Inf. on the button, Inf. on the spot, Brit. SI. spot on; opportune, seasonable, timely, well-timed, auspicious, fortunate; convenient, expedient, advantageous; felicitous, happy.

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Pigmentation problem in skin

According to some researchers from London, Piperine found in black pepper stimulates production of pigmentation in the skin, providing a safe, natural alternative to chemicalbased treatments. Black pepper is the most pungent and flavorful of all types of peppers and it is available as whole or cracked peppercorns or ground into powder.

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