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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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VillaWare unveils three new waffle makers: Mickey's Then and Now Waffler, the Rose Bouquet Waffler and the VillaWare Professional Waffler.
The new foods, arriving this summer, include Kashi Moroccan Minestrone and Savory Chicken Noodle soups, Kashi Three Cheese Ravioli and Mushroom and Asparagus Risotto steam meals and Eggo Chocolatey Chip Muffin Wafflers.
This special-edition waffler commemorates Mickey from several classic cartoons like "Steamboat Willie" and "Fantasia.
At the Housewares Show, Salton will look to build on the George Foreman legacy with the introduction of the Next Grilleration G5, which offers a contact grill, sandwich/panini grill, jumbo waffler, baking pan and griddle.
THAT arrogant waffler Sam Galbraith refuses to resign and, by "mutual consent", Ron Tuck quits with a pounds 100,000 golden handshake at the taxpayers' expense.
Campaign spokesman John Lister said: "We can only assume he was a dictionary compiler in a previous life to come back as a waffler of this quality.
Good at expressing his views on a wide range of subjects, the jockey is a TV producer's dream -"We've got five minutes to fill, go and find Fitzgerald"-but he is far from a waffler.
BROADCASTER and veteran waffler John Waters is outraged by the new Bruno movie and told listeners to Today With Pat Kenny as much this week.
A stark contrast to VillaWare's standard mirrored-chrome look, five models in the new line include a Belgian, Heart and Classic Waffler, as well as the 4-Square Belgian and 4-Square Classic Waffler.
With her unerring instinct for skewering a waffler, she kept at him until he blurted out tuition fees were "non-negotiable".
Bertie may not always have been a waffler but he honed the strangulation of language down to a fine art.