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fudge

(1)
To perform in an incomplete but marginally acceptable way, particularly with respect to the writing of a program. "I didn't feel like going through that pain and suffering, so I fudged it - I'll fix it later."

fudge

(2)
The resulting code.
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We have recently sent off our first big shipment of fudges to Japan, where it will be among the first traditional British fudge to go on sale in the country.
Award-winning luxury Welsh fudge made by a young entrepreneur in the Cambrian Mountains of Mid Wales is exciting tastebuds in Japan and the UK.
We've recently sent off our first big shipment of fudges to Japan, where it'll be among the first traditional British fudge to go on sale in the country.
Pecan Deluxe has successfully combined the qualities of traditional fudge with the modern twists required by food manufacturers, to create a variety of unique fruit flavoured fudges.
The shop opened in 1992 and they were joined by Jody Yurkwich, who is now shop manager and chief fudge maker.
For Mary Bradley of Van Nuys, who has lost a variety of fudge recipes she clipped out of the paper years ago, here are some ideas.
It may sound like a strange flavour for fudge," said Justine, "but our Sea Salt Caramel fudge has an incredibly intense caramel taste.
Fudges, tel:0193 587 2253, the producers of savoury and sweet biscuits, unveiled a new look for their products at this year's Food and Drink Expo 2000.
At the 2016 American Oriental Society (AOS) meeting , held March 18-21, translator-scholar Bruce Fudge spoke about "Frugal Orientalism: Borges and the New Translations of The Thousand and One Nights.
Food producers can easily incorporate these fruit fudge inclusions into icecream and allow consumers to indulge in fruity taste sensations coupled with the nostalgic flavour of yesteryear.
I never knew that Los Angeles Mayor Richard Riordan was a fudge maker, too, until I read his response ("Riordan: Hayden erred in letter on transit," Public Forum, Jan.