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frying:

see cookingcooking,
the process of using heat to prepare foods for consumption.

Many common cooking methods involve the use of oil. Frying is cooking in hot oil; sautéing is cooking in a small amount of oil; stir-frying
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Petersburg, FL, the first time Frye performed it, but then decided on Wichita.
Frye recommends equal parts preserves to hot water (170 degrees) to make a fruit syrup.
Frye and strike partner Jim McCabe had Stranraer fans purring and opposition defences petrified.
With such a young roster, the Magic needed a veteran like Frye who will serve as a mentor/leader for these young guys.
Frye, a professor emeritus of Iranian studies at Harvard University, died in Boston March 27 at the age of 94.
Richter and other supporters of the bill argued that the Frye standard can allow junk science and testimony from questionable expert witnesses and that Daubert sets a higher scientific standard.
Turning to Mary Stuart, Frye initially focuses on a portrait painted after the death of her husband, Francis II, in which Mary is presented in white mourning, which announces her new "vulnerable, yet autonomous political state" (49).
For Graham, Frye follows a middle path that facilitates a broader, truer perspective.
The Florida Supreme Court considered Daubert, found it wanting, and reaffirmed Florida's reliance on the Frye standard.
Frye said the 189th is the "highest decorated wing in the Air National Guard and has been providing world-class C-130 instruction for some time, making it the perfect wing to lead this endeavor.
On a Thursday night last month, Frye celebrated the launch of her new parenting book, "Happy Chaos," in a four-bedroom model apartment at Azure, a new condo at 333 East 91st Street.
Yet, from the late 1930s until his last public address in 1990, Northrop Frye wrote and spoke more than a little about the literature, culture, and history of his native Canada.