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dollop

A gob of bonding material, such as cement, applied in a specific area.
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You make these cheese-stuffed appetizers much like ravioli, by enclosing dollops of filling in puff pastry sheets.
With clanking armor, knights being whacked in half, betrayal, lust, liberal sex and dollops of mysticism and magic, ``Excalibur'' is a lusty sword-and-sorcery treat.
There's an insanely sexist emphasis on getting every attractive female in the movie out of her clothing; the lucky ones get to wear strategic dollops of whipped cream.
Top with remaining 1/4 of batter dropped in dollops.
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.
1 clove of garlic 800g minced beef 2 dollops of caramelised onion chutney 1 tsp Dijon mustard 2 dollops of sundried tomato pesto 2 dollops of mayonnaise 4 ciabatta buns Small bag of rocket leaves
s Brown Family Farm has launched Maple Mustards and Maple Dollops.
The central idea of this three-part show is that a radio show is being re corded, but due to some unsuitable content, liberal dollops of swearing, and flights of fancy that are too bizarre (or per haps too funny?
Top with a few small dollops of whipped cream, allowing it to melt a bit to create a flat surface.
Yet, as Li's title suggests, the audience is where the real theater is taking place: Nixon and Jiang pose for the camera and then suddenly dissolve into dabs and dollops of paint.