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mincemeat:

see piepie,
meat, fish, fowl, fruit, or vegetables baked with a crust of pastry, or pastry shells filled with custard or pudding. The pies of the Romans, especially at banquets in the days of the empire, were often elaborate concoctions, such as the showpieces in which were enclosed
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But OY's attempt only served to confuse and made mincemeat out of the libretto.
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Milosevic, a lawyer, has defended himself, and "has made mincemeat out of the Prosecutors' case by himself," contends Malic.