puslian

puslian, wk.v: to pick out the best bits. (PUH-zli-ahn / ˈpʌz-lɪ-an)

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Medieval manuscript image of a woman opening a large chest full of golden donut-shaped objects while looking behind herself cautiously, a distaff or long stick with wool fibre tucked into her belt.
Book of Hours; Flemish, early 14th century; Cambridge, Trinity College Library, MS B.11.22, f. 213r. [mss-cat.trin.cam.ac.uk]

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