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It involves cutting the deck exactly in half and interweaving the two halves precisely.
She serves it for brunch or as a after dinner treat in hollowed-out melon halves.
She serves it for brunch or dessert, in hollowed-out melon halves.
Cut around each avocado, from stem to blossom end and back again, then twist the two halves apart.
Our sometimes less obsessive, more socially adjusted halves.
Remove stems and cut strawberries into quarters or halves.
In the unusual design, two stamps form the left and right halves of the full view.
It isn't only soccer that's allowed to be a game of two halves.
They play with both hands an the brain halves work together.
Cut them in halves or quarters before broiling them.
Place the plum halves skin side up on top of the batter.
Arrange hen halves around couscous and serve hot or warm.
Place pepper halves on a foil-lined sheet, cut side down.
On lower halves of pieces put one tablespoon mixture.
Clean five large mushroom caps, cut in halves crosswise, then in slices.
Remove pulp from four large oranges, by cutting fruit in halves crosswise and using a spoon.
Cut in halves crosswise, arrange each half on a lettuce leaf.
Make three small openings in remaining halves, using a thimble, and put pieces together.
When the body is horizontal and the patient on his side, the two halves of the diaphragm do not behave alike.
At birth the vertebra consists of three pieces, the body and the halves of the vertebral arch.
Spoon the mixture into the center of the egg halves.
Each bank is handcrafted starting with two plaster-molded halves.
The cubes were split diagonally into two halves, allowing the cubes to swivel to change position or move objects.
Sometimes they would even fit two halves of a coconut together to make a hiding place.
The symphysis, or fusion of the two halves of the lower jaw, is also similar to modern apes.
Over time the two halves of the world developed wildly different suites of plants and animals.
The big logs are split into halves and quarters for convenience in handling and sawing.
These two halves of a former state are overpopulated with respect to water supply at present.
There are two halves to the problem: false positives and false negatives.
The evening falls into two halves, each lasting around forty-five or fifty minutes.
The answer is related to two issues that correspond to the two halves of the journalistic soul, the scamp and the saint.
Any division of life into personal and political halves is absent.
So even if solar halves in price it still will be difficult for people to adopt.
The left and right halves of the tongue are innervated separately.
The first time signals from the two halves interact is in the brain.
It's able to seal itself inside a hollow coconut husk using its suckers to hold two halves of a shell in place.
And you'll notice there are all based on halves and thirds.
Toast the muffin halves and spread one lightly with tart marmalade or preserves.
The wing is formed as two great halves, and the joined halves are matched so precisely to the fuselage that they snap in.
First, you're talking about an industry with two fairly distinct halves that need to be addressed separately.
While not as dramatic as whole large berries, if you find juicy small berries, cut them into quarters or halves.
Sprinkle evenly with cheese, then scatter tomato halves over top.
Stuff the patties between hot biscuit halves and you've got irresistible sausage sliders.
Squeeze the lemons over the water to extract the juice and then throw the halves into the water.
Whole segments of a house--picture entire rooms or halves of them--are produced in the factory.
Silvery white, sometimes tinge with a cream or salmon color near where the two halves meet.
Halves can be used instead of, or in addition to, quarters to describe property location.
When dowel pin and guide are aligned, continue squeezing tool grip until the breakaway halves join together.

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