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dollop

A gob of bonding material, such as cement, applied in a specific area.
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Envisioned by Atria Senior Living as a way to gather some of the many untold stories from residents nationwide, A Dash and a Dollop will be available online at Barnes and Noble later this year.
To serve, top each chocolate fudge pot with a dollop of Greek yoghurt, crme frache or fromage frais.
Now add a layer of sliced strawberries, followed by another dollop of the cream mixture, finishing near the top of the glass.
200 CALORIES Booze means beer belly' 15 CALORIES Giant dollop for fries' 7G FAT EACH Greasy wings and dip' 25g FAT Lardy chips for lads' Picture: JAMES VELLACOTT
But if we channel it the right way, if we keep making new and unexpected connections, we can produce that special form of creativity known as invention"--it might also be a slang for a more potent beverage than something that's orange flavored--unless there is a healthy dollop of vodka introduced.
align, and then surface tension of a solder dollop in the casing bound them tightly to one another.
Nick, who plays the Big Dollop in the Hellmann's ad for Extra Light Mayonnaise, says: 'I ran the London Marathon four yearsagoandnow I needa really big challenge to get myself motivated and fit again.
Take the new $50,000 human washing machine by Sanyo shown above: With the user comfortably nestled on a rolling chair inside, and her head sticking out, the machine releases a dollop of "peach body shampoo.
Smoller contributed an extra dollop of enthusiasm, describing her staff's response in learning they had won the OPTIMA: "We assembled in my office, jumped up and down, and yelled--it was like winning the lottery
WOW, a top notch floral nose, with a great dollop of honeysuckle.
Try a dollop of marsh samphire pickle or shaggy cap ketchup - and don't forget heather-favoured beer and bog myrtle in your wine.