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dome

1. A curved roof structure spanning an area; often spherical in shape.
2. A square prefabricated pan form; used in two-way joist (waffle) concrete floor construction.
3. A vault substantially hemispherical in shape, but sometimes slightly pointed or bulbous; a ceiling of similar form. also see geodesic dome and saucer dome.
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About five months later, Waffle Love started consistently hitting the 100 waffles mark.
That's the great thing about this," adds Ehmer, "Any one of the millions of customers who eat with us each day could be the one to order the waffle that will put us over the billion mark.
You can use any waffle recipe here, as long as it's unsweetened.
Waffle is a super pet, a really great addition to any family of experienced dog handlers who have lots of time to devote to her.
Wired Waffles is announcing the official launch of their energized snack waffle.
The human waffle makers hurriedly poured the gloopy batter into the overlapping hot irons while children, accompanied by freshly-manicured mommies urging them to add fruit, clamored to pick sugar-laden toppings.
ONE thing you will never have to give children too much of a hard sell on is waffles.
based maker of niche and point-of-difference baked goods has debuted Unique Belgique Authentic Pearl Sugar Belgian Waffles.
Dairy Queen reports that it has introduces freshly baked waffle bowls and cones as of May 1.
A specialist waffle and pancake maker from Staffordshire no longer claims to produce the fastest waffles in the West after its products proved a hit in the Middle East.
Thick and crunchy on the outside but soft, moist and sweet on the inside, with chunky clumps of sugar throughout the waffle.