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sprinkle

[′spriŋ·kəl]
(meteorology)
A very light shower of rain.

sprinkle

The distribution of additional chips on a terrazzo topping prior to rolling.
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12] evaluated the economic potential and water productivity of sprinkle irrigation and flooded irrigation methods for both rice and wheat in Pakistan.
Eisai will produce, market and distribute Aciphex Sprinkle in the US.
Sprinkle (29) was given a three- year suspended sentence last year after giving birth to a boy.
I'll tell you why: Because Annie Sprinkle deals in the unspeakable.
Sprinkle chili powder, cumin and garlic powder over all ingredients in cooker.
Sprinkle tops of salads with walnuts, cranberries and tomato halves, dividing evenly.
As part of her sentence, Dawn Marie Sprinkle was ordered by Judge Dorothy McCarter, in Montana, US, to take a pregnancy test every two months.
Sweet Caramel French Toast: A twist on the traditional recipe, this French toast is topped with sweet caramel sauce, sliced fresh bananas, chopped walnuts, a sprinkle of powdered sugar and whipped topping.
New from Fisher(R), Salad Buddies(TM) is a line of natural, unflavored, unsalted nuts to sprinkle on salads and other foods.
Sprinkle departed to become the top assistant at Montana State, his alma mater.
If liquid is absorbed too fast and the rice still seems too raw, sprinkle on some more stock.