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In my condominium, the secretary never takes the minutes at the meeting.
Three hundred copies were snapped up within a few minutes.
He had to speak for three minutes on a subject of his choice.
Scientists have created a robot that can replicate itself in minutes.
Brown the meat for a few minutes and add the mussels, tomatoes and wine.
During the past year, no minutes of the meetings have been taken.
It is estimated that the workers would have had to set a block every two and a half minutes.
All vehicles exit their opposite edges after four minutes.
Stay up-to-date with what's happening in academe in a matter of minutes.
The device can be used at any point during a game and takes only a few minutes to work.
Most notably, its town center is within five walking minutes of every home.
One prototype, a stereoscopic helmet worn by the surgeon, left users seasick after only a few minutes.
During the last few minutes of cooking, set the serving plates in the oven to warm.
Those who spend five minutes filling out a questionnaire online get five more minutes.
Steam until salmon is done, about four to five minutes.
It takes about ten minutes a day, for about ten days, to make one.
These mammals can stay underwater for six minutes before surfacing.
The university is conveniently close to a couple of motorways, and ten minutes from the airport.
As a result, the sun appears to be above the horizon a few minutes longer than it really is.
At the starting line, a driver is waved onto the course every few minutes.
After sixteen minutes the gravedigger returned, shovel in hand.
The ponies swim across the channel in about five minutes.
Mix the yeast with one cup of warm water and let it rest for five minutes.
Ask them to note what the animal is doing every five minutes.
Grill octopus in a nonstick frying pan for four minutes on each side.
Ask each group to take a few minutes to discuss their quotation, trying to determine the author's perspective on wilderness.
Decrease the heat and continue frying for about five minutes.
The delivery trucks can reach their destinations in six minutes using the routing schedule outlined below.
The minutes are counted from the time it is immersed without waiting for the water to come to the boiling-point.
Cook first three ingredients twenty minutes in double boiler.
Turn into a scalded coffee-pot, add one pint boiling water, and boil three minutes.
Bake in a moderate oven three or four hours, basting every fifteen minutes with fat in pan.
Add to bones cold water and vegetables, and let simmer twenty minutes.
Broil eight minutes on flesh side, turn and broil six minutes on shell side.
Pies require from thirty-five to forty-five minutes for baking.
To butter add flour and stock, and cook two minutes.
Melt three tablespoons butter, add one-half tablespoon finely chopped shallot and chopped stems, then cook ten minutes.
Bake thirty minutes in a hot oven, basting every five minutes with one-fourth cup butter melted in one-fourth cup boiling water.
Boil one quart vinegar and two cups sugar fifteen minutes.
Continue basting every ten minutes until chicken is cooked.
Spread over lobster, and bake in a hot oven fifteen minutes.
Cook in boiling salted water fifteen minutes or until soft, leaving tips out of water first ten minutes.
Pick over, remove wilted leaves, and soak in cold water fifteen minutes.
Heat slowly to boiling-point, cook twenty minutes, then strain.
Vol-au-vents require for baking forty-five minutes to one hour.
Place in a greased broiler and broil five minutes, cooking smooth side of tripe the first three minutes.
Place in buttered shallow plate, cover with buttered paper, and bake five minutes in hot oven.
Let stand one hour, then stir vigorously for five minutes.
The three methods your mind uses to reverse, speed, and even slow the minutes.
But when one or more fish began lingering overhead to feed, the creature shed its cyst, often within minutes.
Less than five minutes after the panga's anchor is set, the first squid is hooked.
For a few minutes the neurons were deactivated, and the subjects reported that they couldn't see anything.
Today, before you go to pack it in for the night and get some sleep, challenge yourself to do nothing for two whole minutes.
They are only truly in the dark when their dogs are quiet--as the dogs tonight have been for a few minutes now.
Add salt and mix on a slow speed, about four minutes.
Ten minutes was intolerable when everything else happened in a flash.
It pays every four minutes, in a computer lab, to volunteers in economic experiments.
Add fresh corn and new potatoes and cook for another five to seven minutes.
After fifteen minutes, release any additional pressure.
Large beans, such as runner beans, should be cooked two to three minutes.
Put the tray back into the freezer for three minutes for the ice cream to harden.
Experts say that a receding ocean may give people as much as five minutes' warning to escape to high ground.
Microwave on low power for two minutes, rotate the plate, and continue microwaving for another minute or two.
Wash your hands and allow the prints to dry for a few minutes.
Place on a baking sheet and bake for about five minutes, or until the cheese melts and the beans are hot.
Cook over medium heat for about ten minutes, until the mixture thickens.
Put the bottle in the bowl of hot water for about five minutes.
Boil two eggs in water for ten minutes until they are hardboiled.
But after that, a few minutes is all it takes to play.
Cook until it begins to brown, about two minutes, stirring frequently.
These meters actually transmit the data every few minutes, though data is only recorded monthly.
The polymers in the glue bond to each other within minutes when they are initially heated.
Social-networking messages can lose their value within minutes of being written.
Residents there had only minutes between when they felt the earthquake and the arrival of the first wave of the tsunami.
It must have lasted-that faraway glow, that spot of shimmer-some three or four minutes.
If you spend more than twenty minutes with the three-floor extravaganza, you're loitering.
The nurse asked if the contractions were five minutes apart and lasted more than a minute.
First, however, she had to take a few minutes to shed her wings.
The performance ended at twenty-five minutes past midnight.
She was lost beneath the surface for thirty minutes before her parents found her on the pond bottom and pulled her up.
It continued on and on, and then turned into a standing ovation, lasting three or four minutes.
But getting a well-crafted goal in the waning minutes of extra time to crown a champion is a rare and heart-pounding treat.
He emerged a moment later as if nothing had happened, but in a few minutes he did the same thing all over again.
Set them over high heat and cook for about eight minutes, until nicely browned and crisp on one side.
Comedy of that caliber probably took them up to minutes to come up with.
Thirty minutes of moderate activity a day won't cut it if you're trying to lose weight, a new study says.

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