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dollop

A gob of bonding material, such as cement, applied in a specific area.
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Part your hair, rub a dollop on your scalp and comb through.
Serve with boiled rice or a naan, with dollop of yogurt on top and scatter with coriander leaves.
METHOD: Grease your loaf tin with a dollop of butter and then line with parchment paper.
Dollop the remaining biscuit dough over the top, then sprinkle with turbinado sugar.
Heat a frying pan and add some butter, then dollop in a large spoonful of the mixture.
Dollop Puddings was awarded the Insight crown at the recent TVNZ Marketing Awards for its below-the-line PR-led launch strategy that surpassed all expectations.
CHRISTMAS would not be Christmas without a large dollop of tungsten to go alongside the turkey and darts fans will be flocking to Alexandra Palace over festive period for the Ladbrokes World Darts Championship.
Finish with a dollop of yoghurt and coriander leaves.
Place five raspberries in the bottom of each glass, then dollop the cream mixture in, filling the glass about half way.
The soft, colorful, and faintly impressionistic art style adds the perfect dollop of gentle warmth to this wonderful story, ideal for bedtime reading.
For a "creamy" soup, stir in a cup of low-fat milk after simmering or top each bowl with a dollop of plain low-fat yogurt.
There's the ``green tower'' ($12) fashioned with spinach, crab and avocado topped with sesame sauce and also a large dollop of spicy tuna tartare on a crunchy rice cracker ($9.