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Cook

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1. Captain James. 1728--79, British navigator and explorer: claimed the E coast of Australia for Britain, circumnavigated New Zealand, and discovered several Pacific and Atlantic islands (1768--79)
2. Sir Joseph. 1860--1947, Australian statesman, born in England: prime minister of Australia (1913--14)
3. Peter (Edward). 1937--95, British comedy actor and writer, noted esp for his partnership (1960--73) with Dudley Moore
4. Robin, full name Robert Finlayson Cook. born 1946, British Labour politician; foreign secretary (1997--2001), Leader of the House (2001-2003)
5. Thomas. 1808--92, British travel agent; innovator of conducted excursions and founder of the travel agents Thomas Cook and Son

Cook

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1. a mountain in New Zealand, in the South Island, in the Southern Alps: the highest peak in New Zealand. Height: reduced in 1991 by a rockfall from 3764 m (12 349 ft.) to 3754 m (12 316 ft.)
2. a mountain in SE Alaska, in the St. Elias Mountains. Height: 4194 m (13 760 ft.)

What does it mean when you dream about a cook?

This could be little more than a reflection of a daily activity in our dream life. Preparation. Creation, as in the expression “to cook something up.” We also use “cook” in idioms like one’s “goose is cooked” and to “cook the books.”

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Some cooks prefer russets (also called Idaho or baking potatoes) with their white color, while others favor Yukon Gold with their buttery color.
Cooks generally prefer "clad" or "three-ply" varieties that consist of an aluminum or copper base layer sandwiched between layers of stainless steel, ensuring more even heat distribution.
Neuhaus attributes this focus on home cooking to the same factors the influenced the rhetoric of the 1920s and 1930s: "decreasing numbers of paid cooks in middle-class homes and the need to sell cookbooks and promote home cooking among middle-class white consumers" (p.
They found that fuel type, type and location of kitchen, and time spent near the kitchen while cooking were the most important determinants of exposure, with the women cooks, as would be expected, encountering the highest average exposures.
Conversely, you can save some of the water used in cooking beans to cook the pasta in.
It cooks at a lower temperature than charcoal or wood fires and it's easier to control the temperature.
Mother is one of the finest Southern cooks I know," said Tolley.
People just love Paula -- the way she talks, laughs, cooks -- like mama used to cook -- and it's that passion for your interest which drives you to a magazine.
A significant percentage of the nutrient content of greens is released into the liquid as they cook.
Loeb, She Cooks to Conquer (New York, 1952) and Mimi Sheraton, The Seducer's Cookbook (New York, 1961).
The Cook family and the Cook organization will have less funding available to support charitable and economic development activities in the Orange County region if a decision by an arbitration panel over ownership of the French Lick Springs Resort and Casino is upheld, Cook officials said today.
While chicken cooks, mix honey and vinegar in a medium bowl.