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In the New Testament in the Christian Bible, Saint Peter is one of the Twelve Apostles (or Deciples) of Jesus Christ, and is considered by many to be the first ever Pope. The common phrase of Saint Peter ‘calling your name’ refers to the fact that Peter calling your name is a symbol of dying and going to heaven.
Condensed milk is cow’s milk with the water removed. It is normally sweetened with sugar, making it sweetened condensed milk, but the two names have become pretty much interchangeable in this day and age. Condensed milk can be stored in cans at room temperature for years.
A colloquialism is a sort of slang way of saying something, without saying the literal meaning of what you’re saying. For instance; “It’s a no-brainer,” is a colloquialism of “It doesn’t require much thought.”
The word sonnet is derived from the Italian sonetto, meaning a short poem. Sonnets are 14 line-long pieces of rhythmic text.
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