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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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It joins Kapspargo Sprinkle (metoprolol succinate) extended-release capsules as the second product in the Sun Pharma portfolio designed for individuals in long-term care.
Nevertheless, Annie Sprinkle and Beth Stephens can still be regarded as pioneers.
Serve it with crushed ice on top, and sprinkle some chopped pistachio pieces.
Turning to the New Testament, Sprinkle spends two chapters on the Gospels, one on the epistles, and one on Revelation.
There is no doubt that more nonfiction should saturate the market targeted to teens about LGBTQ topics to join the ranks of Kuklin's Beyond Magenta: Transgender Teens Speak Out (Candlewick, 2014/VOYA April 2014) or Thrash's Honor Girl: A Graphic Memoir (Candlewick, 2015/VOYA October 2015), and Sprinkle provides a niche perspective.
He said the department had set a target to install drip and sprinkle irrigation system at 4000 acres in the district but only 700 acres could be equipped with the system.
On the back of the success of her Sprinkle of Glitter YouTube channel, she launched Sprinkle of Chatter in 2012, featuring mainly lifestyle video blogs.
Spoon the broccoli raab over the ricotta, then sprinkle with coarse salt and red pepper flakes.
Sprinkle and drip irrigation being modern irrigation methods use pumps and pipeline systems to distribute water over a field.
PM Benjamin Netanyahu says Israel will respond more vigorously than before to even a "sprinkle" of rocket fire from Gaza after a deal on an indefinite truce with Hamas militants dominating the territory.
Sprinkle a handful of the blackberries into the bottom of the prepared tin.
Take our fun sprinkle theme: Start strong with a pack of cute printed invites and fill the envelopes with a bit of confetti.