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dollop

A gob of bonding material, such as cement, applied in a specific area.
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Evelyn is eye-wateringly withering and will add a fresh dollop of northern humour to the show as she turns Tyrone and Fiz's lives upside down."
5 Take three biscuits and stack them up using the raspberries around the outside of the biscuit with a dollop of cream in the inside.
Spoon the cocoa mixture into teacups or bowls and top with dollops of the reserved quark and yogurt mixture.
The verdict of our group on the dishes we had was unanimous-'everything is good.' The Garden of Passion Salad, done with passion fruit dressing topped by a dollop of gelato, that rendered a unique sweetish flavor; the Italian Beef Stew with rich brown sauce with mashed potatoes; the Crunchy Pork Belly; Big Bird, golden fried chicken, very crispy and seasoned with herbs and spices; and Shrimp Skewers.
Serve with boiled rice or a naan, with dollop of yogurt on top and scatter with coriander leaves.
ENJOY a dollop of guilt-free ketchup with a new 50% less sugar variety from Heinz.
THIS week's chosen look comes with a big dollop of 'don't try this at home', after all lavender locks and matching lipstick is not going to work for everyone.
Any sort of fruit with a dollop of this hazelnut chocolate delight is the bomb!
Heat a frying pan and add some butter, then dollop in a large spoonful of the mixture.
CHRISTMAS would not be Christmas without a large dollop of tungsten to go alongside the turkey and darts fans will be flocking to Alexandra Palace over festive period for the Ladbrokes World Darts Championship.
Finish with a dollop of yoghurt and coriander leaves.
Place five raspberries in the bottom of each glass, then dollop the cream mixture in, filling the glass about half way.