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dollop

A gob of bonding material, such as cement, applied in a specific area.
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Heat 1 tbsp of olive oil in a pan, and add dollops of the batter.
The dollops come in Maple Apple, Maple Blueberry and Maple Cranberry.
Serve eggnog in cups or glasses, topped with a dollop of whipped cream and a sprinkle each of nutmeg and cinnamon.
Chambers has never apologised for what he did despite being caught red-handed in the Balco THG scandal and yet ITV are rewarding him with a few dollops of prime-time publicity.
They never get called for their animals leaving huge dollops of horse manure on the beach.
No, you're going to go back to Mr Large Dollops to buy another.
Her liaisons with Nation of Islam leader Reverend Louis Farrakhan and Stokely Carmichael are among other juicy dollops featured.
You make these cheese-stuffed appetizers much like ravioli, by enclosing dollops of filling in puff pastry sheets.
But if the monetary gurus are wrong, then look out below: The Fed's big dollops of liquidity -- including an expected further half percentage point rate cut on May 15 -- will only serve to pump up inflation by boosting labor costs.
Even her dreamy lyrics have a spaciousness to them, leaving room for direct emotion and a few dollops of humor.
On the whole, great dollops are thrust at people but vast quantities are uneaten and used for pig swill.
Resonant with but not circumscribed by these citations, Blubber, 2000, is a rhythmic, lyrical painting, with a comma-like shape repeating in collaged paper and dollops of black ink.