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fudge

(1)
To perform in an incomplete but marginally acceptable way, particularly with respect to the writing of a program. "I didn't feel like going through that pain and suffering, so I fudged it - I'll fix it later."

fudge

(2)
The resulting code.
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Sweet Darlings offers patrons a variety of sweet treats including chocolates, a huge variety of salt water taffy, fudge, and gelato made in-house.
Carefully remove the fudge from the dish and transfer it to a plate.
Cadbury Fudge is still available in our small selection box and in the Freddo selection box.
Fudge likes walking across the computer screen and keyboard when you are using it and lying across the paper when you are trying to read it.
Inspired by the dessert and breakfast pastry of the same name, Cinnamon Bun is the latest in a line of creative fudge flavors.
As a result of unusual circumstances, what started out as a specialty store has morphed into a distributor of fudge to local Wal-Mart stores.
When the fudge is firm, invert the pan onto a clean cutting board or tray.
He said Fudge has since lost her job and that he doubts whether she will be able to find another one.
Fudge looked at how recent translators dealt with the Nights, particularly Jamel Eddine Bencheikh and Andre Miquel in the French (2005) and Malcolm and Ursula Lyons in the English (2008).
Jack and Fudge became a web hit during the ice bucket challenge craze last year when technical trickery was used to show the student being hoodwinked into getting a soaking by his four-legged friend.
INGREDIENTS: 1 large ripe banana 1 tbsp skimmed milk 70ml Flora Cuisine 95g self-raising flour 90g soft brown sugar pinch of salt 1/2 tsp baking powder 1 large egg, beaten 3 chocolate fudge bars 50g dried banana chips, broken in half (reserve a few whole ones for decoration) 50g dark chocolate, broken into pieces, for decoration METHOD: Preheat the oven to Gas Mark 3/ 170degC/150degC fan.
It shouldn't surprise you that a place called SARASOTA FUDGE FACTORY has the most extensive selection in town; from classic chocolate and vanilla to flavors like s'mores and Key lime, there's something for every palate.