Beat butter until softened. Add sugar and beat until light and fluffy, about 2 minutes. Measure the flour, baking powder, baking soda, salt, and cocoa powder into a small sized bowl and whisk to combine. Measure out the milk and vanilla and stir to combine. Continue adding, alternating between dry and wet and finishing with the dry. Spread the batter evenly onto a sheet pan that has been covered in parchment paper and greased well with butter.
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When he sees Rocket Raccoon and Drax the Destroyer, Howard the Duck turns away and continues reading his newspaper In the episode "Happy Together," he encounters his old acquantance Rocket Raccoon with the rest of the Guardians of the Galaxy at Starlin's where he will give them some units if they obtain a specific item for him that is in Kallusian space. That item turned out to belong to the Kree. During the exchange on a planet that has an acid volcano, Howard the Duck gets away while the Guardians of the Galaxy deal with Phyla-Vell. Howard then hands the Kree item to Collector as Howard asks why he wanted the Guardians of the Galaxy set up. Collector tells him that they broke his things. In the episode "Long Distance Runaround," the Guardians of the Galaxy catch up to Howard the Duck on Knowhere and apprehend him where he admitted setting them up in exchange that Collector lets him see the outside of his ship.
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This section needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. June Learn how and when to remove this template message To other works[ edit ] The name of the central character, William of Baskerville, alludes both to the fictional detective Sherlock Holmes compare The Hound of the Baskervilles — also, Adso's description of William in the beginning of the book resembles, almost word for word, Dr. Watson's description of Sherlock Holmes when he first makes his acquaintance in A Study in Scarlet and to William of Ockham see the next section.
The first novel takes place after Merry has spent several years outside of her aunt's court out of fear of death via court sanctioned duels. Merry is soon brought back to the Unseelie Court and given the option to take her aunt's throne, but only if she can procreate before her sadistic cousin Cel can. Merry eventually gets involved in a series of secrets and court intrigues as she discovers that both of the rulers of the Seelie and Unseelie courts are potentially infertile, something that has the potential to keep both the followers in each court from producing new fae children.