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spit

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1. another name for spittle
2. a light or brief fall of rain, snow, etc.

spit

2
an elongated often hooked strip of sand or shingle projecting from the shore, deposited by longshore drift, and usually above water

Spit

 

a low and narrow alluvial strip of land in the coastal zone of a sea or lake. Attached at one end to the shore, a spit is composed of sand, pebbles, gravel, and shells. It is formed through alongshore displacement of debris as a result of bending of the shore cusp by a flow of debris. Sometimes a spit is formed from the intake of debris along the shore from two opposite directions. Such a spit sharply protrudes into the open sea and is called a tongue (for example, Dolgaia Kosa on the coast of the Sea of Azov).

spit

[spit]
(engineering)
To light a fuse.
(geography)
A small point of land commonly consisting of sand or gravel and which terminates in open water.

SPIT

Language for IBM 650. (See IT).

SPIT

(SPam over IP Telephony) Unsolicited advertising appearing in a VoIP voice mailbox. Let us pray we never have to listen to instances of SPIT like we have to wade through spam in our email, or SPIT may be the most appropriately named acronym yet! See spitter, SPIM, VoIP and spam.
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"They also sold roast potatoes, which were dripping, in all those rotisserie chicken juices, roasted greens and gravy to go.
Le Blanc makes a similar point, noting that Charlie Baggs -- chairman and executive chef of Chicago-based Charlie Baggs Culinary Innovation, a Think Tank participant -- "can take a single rotisserie chicken and make 10 different dishes, all with on-trend flavors.
"It is disproportionate and the fact that it singles out only rotisserie chicken in the supermarket makes it doubly unjust."
The study focuses on eight types of ready-to-eat meat products: beef hot dogs, beef-pork-turkey hot dogs, deli roast beef, deli ham, deli turkey, fully cooked bacon, pepperoni and rotisserie chicken.
Mr Dupuy, who also owns Boof rotisserie in the city's St David' s Centre and the Garcon restaurant in Cardiff Bay, confirmed the restaurant would be closing next month.
This year, the company is going forward with a redesign of its standard rotisserie and new collections of cutlery.
As such, Cuisinart, Stamford, Conn., a leader in culinary appliances, quality cookware, and kitchen accessories, has unveiled a new addition to the home cook's healthy eating arsenal with the Vertical Rotisserie ($199), the first product of its kind for the company.
THE nation's changing tastes has seen rose wine and hot rotisserie chicken added to the goods basket used to measure the cost of living, the Office for National Statistics (ONS) have said.
Rotisserie chicken is included as Britons spend more on hot takeaway food in supermarkets, while the switch away from large one to two-litre cider bottles demonstrates higher demand for individual bottles.
To change the mixing angle, users simply turn the rotisserie. Interchangeable rotisseries accept tubes from 1.5 to 50 mL.
Home cooks who work on limited time will find attractive both the color photos and the ease of preparation in The Rotisserie Chicken Cookbook: all that's needed is a rotisserie setup to produce a range of dishes from appetizers to entrees, including soups, casseroles, sandwiches and more.
Besides a 3,000-square-foot produce section with over 500 items, the new store includes a charcuterie (an Old World delicatessen featuring hand-sliced turkey breasts in a variety of flavors, hams, salamis, prosciutto, mortadella and cheeses); a self-service rotisserie with whole chickens in a variety of flavors, as well as other rotisserie meats; a brick oven pizza hearth featuring made-to-order Italian specialties such as hand-tossed pizzas, calzones and strombolis; and, unique to its location, Latin-inspired offerings, including Cuban coffees, select meat cuts, and grilled Cuban sandwiches.