Quadrivial Quandary:  Logophiles, Rejoice!  Each day we give you four unusual words.  Can you fit them all in one illustrative sentence?
Quandary Resolution 8443
raguly, chur, nabob, ember months, n.

When the call came, she had just finished chairing, from under her duvet, the live broadcast of Any Questions, the four guests being linked from their own homes, and had only five minutes earlier taken delivery of an aromatic Raguly Chur from Squashy Nabobstill trading from their premises in Mitcham Industrial Estate, only possible because it wasn't just a family business, it was a single household family business which enabled the three generations who worked there to ignore Social Distancing among themselves and Jar, delivering prepaid orders, could knock or ring the doorbell and be twelve feet away before the door opened and the bag was lifted insideand had already opened the bottle of Ember Months she had picked up from Tesco, looking forward to erasing her memories of the afternoon in it's deep ruby velvet depths and strong plummy bouquet.

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