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bowl

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1. Chiefly US a bowl-shaped building or other structure, such as a football stadium or amphitheatre
2. a bowl-shaped depression of the land surface

bowl

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1. a wooden ball used in the game of bowls, having flattened sides, one side usually being flatter than the other in order to make it run on a curved course
2. a large heavy ball with holes for gripping with the fingers and thumb, used in tenpin bowling

bowl

An open-top diffusing glass or plastic enclosure used to shield a light source from direct view and to redirect or scatter the light.
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Bowlfuls of Apple Jacks, Capn Crunch Peanut Butter, Chocolate Lucky Charms and Hershey's Cookies and Cremes will be on offer together with cereal cocktails with names like Mint Choco cHipster, Sticky Monkey and S'More Than Words.
I remember being served stewed greengages with custard at school, and as most of my classmates disliked them, I ended up with bowlfuls of the things.
Scrapper finished two bowlfuls, pushed his chair back, enjoying the glow that spread from his stomach to his arms and legs.
Whilst he'll devour bowlfuls of olives, eat spicy curries and platefuls of veg at home, when we're out he thinks he's being bold if he chooses beans instead of peas.
Confidence is indispensable to bakers of all levels and Beranbaum serves it up in bowlfuls.