sugar

noun  sug·ar \ˈshu̇-gər\

circle

noun, often attributive  cir·cle \ˈsər-kəl\

Crusaders brought sugar home with them to Europe after their campaigns in the Holy Land, Early in the 12th century, Crusade chronicler William of Tyre, described sugar as "very necessary for the use and health of mankind"

Early science, was connected to the divine; most medieval scholars believed that there was something intrinsically "divine" or "perfect" that could be found in circles

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