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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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The opportunity for a food service operator to add a second, or even more, lines of fries to the menu could boost an operation's fry sales more than 20 percent.
Fry provides a full range of services for retailers and consumer goods manufacturers to enhance all direct-to-consumer channels across the entire retail value chain, including strategic planning, creative design, technical development, managed hosting services, and ongoing operational support.
The turkey should dry out in the refrigerator for at least one night before you fry it.
Previously, Wilkinson was senior project manager at Fry where she managed several large-scale client implementations of Fry's Open Commerce Platform(TM) (OCP), an e-commerce solution that enables retailers to develop an online store and create or expand their e-commerce business.
We are pleased that our capabilities and experience with transactional e- commerce Web sites have once again been recognized by a respected third-party such as Forrester," said David Fry, president and chief executive officer of Fry.
A study by the University of Lethbridge in Alberta found that this new oil has more than a 50 percent greater fry life when compared to other cooking oils, making it cost-effective for restaurants to switch.
Fahrland joined Fry in 1996 and has served in a series of increasingly important roles.
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The study, led by Roman Przybylski, PhD compared the fry life and performance of 10 cooking oils used to prepare three different foods (french fries, chicken, and fish) in a restaurant-style rotation.
Until now, consumers preparing French fries at home either had to settle for limp, soggy fries from the microwave or wait for oven-baked ones to satisfy their French fry cravings.
Fry pieces in 1/2 inch hot oil in a skillet over medium heat, 25 to 30 minutes, turning often, until cooked through.
Ore-Ida's new Extra Crispy Golden Crinkles(R) and Extra Crispy Fast Food Fries(TM) deliver the crispy, crunchy taste and golden brown texture French fry lovers crave straight from the oven.