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Fry

1. Christopher. born 1907, English dramatist; author of the verse dramas A Phoenix Too Frequent (1946), The Lady's Not For Burning (1948), and Venus Observed (1950)
2. Elizabeth. 1780--1845, English prison reformer and Quaker
3. Roger Eliot. 1866--1934, English art critic and painter who helped to introduce the postimpressionists to Britain. His books include Vision and Design (1920) and C?zanne (1927)
4. Stephen (John). born 1957, British writer, actor, and comedian; his novels include The Liar (1991) and The Stars' Tennis Balls (2000)

fry

(1)
To fail. Said especially of smoke-producing hardware failures. More generally, to become non-working. Usage: never said of software, only of hardware and humans. See fried, magic smoke.

fry

(2)
To cause to fail; to roach, toast, or hose a piece of hardware. Never used of software or humans, but compare fried.
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'These thinly cut fries provide more plate coverage per serving, resulting in more portions per bag, and a greater use of profit and resource.
About 10 minutes into the meeting, an assistant knocked on the door to tell an oblivious and soon-to-be horrified Fries that he'd parked in Mr.
When asked why he didn't make the crinkle cut or wavy potato fries, he said that those are specially cut with machines and cost more.
Kader added, 'NYF is unique because it serves fries which are hand cut from raw (fresh) potatoes daily in the stores; these fresh cut fries are then cooked in non-hydrogenated sunflower oil with no trans-fat and no cholesterol, exactly the way healthy and tasty fries are meant to be.'
O'Neill also won the Judges' Choice Award for the fries paired Bouscasse from the Vignobles Brumont.
The french fries, called ''Satisfries,'' were a big bet for Burger King when they were announced in September.
The IR prep "forms a nice, microscopic crust on the fries, which helps reduce oil uptake," says Pan, an agricultural engineer at the ARS Western Regional Research Center in Albany, California.
On the other hand, tests performed on chilled fries, which were not par-fried, but pre-treated with asparaginase, were very successful.
They include acrylamide (found in carbohydrate-rich foods such as French fries), heterocyclic amines and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (chemicals formed when meat is cooked at high temperatures), aldehyde (an organic compound found in perfume) and acrolein (a chemical found in herbicides).
Stanford, Ph.D., co-director of the Hutchinson Center's Program in Prostate Cancer Research, and colleagues found that men who reported eating French fries, fried chicken, fried fish and/or doughnuts at least once a week were at an increased risk of prostate cancer as compared to men who said they ate such foods less than once a month.
Sweet Things Seasoned RibCut Sweet Potato Fries are coated with a proprietary seasoned batter and may be served up with signature sauces.
Fransmart, the company that helped launch Five Guys Burgers & Fries, the fastest-growing chain in America, is leading the franchise development plans for Boardwalk.