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Fold overhang under and press against rim of pie plate, then crimp decoratively.
Fold the overhang under the bottom crust, pressing the edge to seal it, and crimp the edge decoratively.
Fold overhang underneath, then crimp decoratively and brush top crust with milk.
Place loose lids inside steel cans and crimp the can to trap lids inside.
The buildup of material on desalination membranes puts a big crimp in their efficiency.
His fingers crimp and gnarl, turning the hand into a disfigured claw.
Critics decried the idea because they said it would crimp individuals' ability to play their media on devices of their choosing.
The falling dollar is bound to crimp the company's earnings.
Impending shortages could put a crimp in your plans.
Place on top of filled pie crust and crimp the edges.
Skimping on investment in infrastructure, education and health will crimp future growth.
Falling investment does not simply crimp exploration and delay large projects.
The wide availability of free illegal alternatives may well crimp these efforts.
Meanwhile, the high price is clearly beginning to crimp demand.
Such a regime would also crimp the demand for dollars at a time when confidence in the currency is fragile.
Adopting the principle that any human footprint on wildernesses is bad per se must severely crimp that progress.
Since then, government has been unable to put an absolute crimp on growth.
Worse, none of us could know when it would work as desired, putting a real crimp in our productivity.
Cover pie plate with foil and crimp foil tightly around rim.
Cover each bowl with small squares of foil and crimp foil tightly around rim.
Trim top crust even with bottom crust and crimp edges together decoratively.
If the crust begins to brown too much before the filling is done, crimp a ring of foil or use a pie shield to protect it.
Crimp the bottom, slide out the jar and staple the exposed corner.
Press the pieces of dough firmly together and crimp the sides.
And the world's best players get the world's biggest wages, which has put a crimp on spending elsewhere.
And the problem will get worse rapidly thanks to rising oil prices, which could put a crimp in development.
The crimp area will have short vertical lines between the compressed areas consistent with the number of segments in the collet.
Crimp each end three times with provided crimping tool.
The economic downturn has put a crimp in the recycling efforts throughout the state.
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