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Battered

Forms that slope from a true vertical plane from bottom to top, as in the outside surface of a wall.

battered

A term descriptive of a surface that is inclined or tilted with respect to the vertical; for example, a battered wall.
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The introduction of the product also comes on National Fish & Chip Day, a day that highlights the Nation's love affair with battered fish, and follows the Young's Chip Shop brand smashing through the [pounds sterling]1m weekly sales barrier for the first time in more than six years.
Group founder Sherele Moody wrote in a Facebook post on Wednesday: "The Red Heart Campaign is in no way responsible for the closure of the Battered Wife Fish and Chip Shop."
"We were featured on TV around 11 years ago after we started serving battered Christmas puddings," said Lee, who used to work at the Michelinstarred The Walnut Tree Inn in Abergavenny.
Battered spouse syndrome, also referred to as battered wife syndrome or battered woman's syndrome, is the physical and psychological condition of a person subject to repeated forceful, physical, or psychological abusive behavior by an intimate partner.
EGGSCL CLUS USIVE Our reporter Robert with Riccardo and a battered Creme Egg.
The snack was 'invented' in Glasgow, a city that also spawned battered Mars Bars; a city that has become synonymous with heart disease.
With my battered old cap over my eyes to keep out the glare,
(2) For battered women's organizations, this normal case is the "normal battered woman" who comes to an agency for service.
The Lansdown bar in Cheltenham is now changing the name to "home battered cod".
Originally developed for Dave & Busters Inc., the 33-unit restaurant and entertainment complex, Corona Beer Battered Seafood is now available to operators across the country.
Why is it that we eat so much battered food in Wales?
Several contemporary researchers identify stereotypes and challenge early research on battered women (Gelles, 1997; Herman, 1997; Pagelow, 1997; Ross & Glisson, 1991; Stark & Flitcraft, 1996).