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hot dog

Chiefly US a person who performs showy acrobatic manoeuvres when skiing or surfing
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Here in Birmingham the varied toppings you can get on your hotdog is mind-boggling - whether you like yours with chilli cheese or onions and mustard or ketchup, onion rings and sauerkraut or all of the above.
You can't really call yourself a true Kiwi until you've experienced a classic Kiwi hotdog, You know what I'm talking about.
BY KATHY ARMSTRONG A CHINESE man popped the question to his unsuspecting girlfriend by using 1,001 hotdogs.
Meanwhile Ricasa, who herself had adopted competitive eating, expects hotdog as a part of the menu on the tying-knot day, for which the date has not yet been set.
The question in the Coomer case was whether or not promotional items, like a hotdog, launched into the stands during baseball games should be considered an inherent part of the game so as to fall under the "limited duty rule.
WELLINGTON -- based WM Bamford & Co has extended its product range which now includes ER-Spec, the HotDog Patient Warming System, Austmel computerised and manual sterilization tracking systems and Sterile Bowl Packs.
The French Hotdog Baguette[TM] from Unibake is an exciting new innovation for the UK food-to-go market.
OUR kids, like most, love a big beefy burger or a hotdog once in a while.
TWO of Seamus Cahill's openrace stalwarts, Milldean Buster and Hotdog Jack, have been retired, writes Tony Bullen.
She scoffed down a greasy giant hotdog just moments before taking to the rides and slides.
The space has just enough room for the hotdog stand, a space heater and a few chairs.