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Choose a sweet baguette with a light, slightly soft interior and thin, crisp crust.
In a hyperspace co-dimension, light has a soft misty glow compared to our harsh glaring light in this dimension.
Now, the fact that the college is a philanthropy doesn't mean that we're all soft and squishy and have no expectations of you.
The trouble is that consumers are increasingly experiencing healthier soft drinks and bottled water, rather than sugary cola.
For the first time, scientists have extracted what appears to be soft tissue from a dinosaur.
In practice, the results mean that you might soon be able to buy roses sporting soft petals all the way up the stem.
Transform your garden space into a retreat with the soft sound of water.
Toasty summer weather nurtures superbly soft cabernets and merlots.
Soft is an adjective, but it's being used as an adverb.
Plastic bottles are convenient for grabbing water or soft drinks on the go.
The rice, still in its hull, falls into the boat with a soft patter.
Low-growing perennials cloak this rock garden with soft colors and textures.
So-called solar-powered nudibranchs eat soft corals, which generally have algae living in their tissues.
There's a big difference between soft tissue and mineralized imprints of soft tissue.
Soft meringue has earned its fan base in this country as a cloud on top of lemon pie.
Polyurethane and a five-millimeter-thick silicone skin, soft and specially colored, cover a metal skeleton.
Soft gray and white towels and neutral-toned bath accessories meld with the overall palette.
Then the wolf went away to a shopkeeper and bought himself a great lump of chalk, ate this and made his voice soft with it.
Which brings me to today's subject: baking with soft drinks.
Typically, sea kayakers dream of calm waters and soft tail winds.
New soft drinks, bottled waters and brands of tea and coffee are offering consumers more choice.
The fish's remarkably well-preserved soft tissues include bundles of muscle cells, blood vessels, and nerve cells.
Heavy feeding of either type in spring leads to excessive plant growth, soft fruit, and fruit rot.
Silk has made its way from the soft curves of the body to the spongy folds of the brain.
New summer delights such as beer and soft drinks are eating into consumers' pockets.
He is in a deep, sleeplike trance, oblivious to everything but the hypnotist's soft voice.
Its down is grey, its feet fleshy and pink, and its budding flippers are soft as felt.
The soft splash of a fountain brings life and motion to the backyard.
One guy drove past me speeding maybe a few inches from my soft body.
Only a handful of countries in the region are poor enough to qualify for the bank's soft loans and handouts.
Most significantly, the animal's fur and soft tissue are also fossilized.
Foliage soft bright green to bluish green in growing season, brownish purple in cold weather.
When trolling the ocean floor, a walrus uses its coarse whiskers to locate clams and powerful suction to ingest the soft tissue.
Bubbly soft drinks tickle our tongues with their effervescence.
At night, soft candlelight or twinkling string lights make the walls glow with a satiny sheen.
Then the door was opened for him, and he jumped in, and rested himself the whole night through upon his soft bed.
Add milk to beaten egg and stir into the dry mixture to make a soft dough.
As they mature, the petals slowly fade to soft pink.
It features a soft rubber nub so it won't defile your screen.
Add vegetables when meat is almost soft and cook on slow heat until all ingredients are ready.
The fruit rises to the top, leaving a soft layer whose texture falls somewhere between custard and cake.
Soft and lustrous, it is now commonly used for linen or lace.
To protect its soft abdomen, each crab carries its house around, usually an abandoned gastropod shell.
The basic color scheme is a soft buttery yellow for the cabinets, with periwinkle blue on the cabinet handles.
The monster's soft blue fur flutters delicately in the wind.
They grow up fast and strong and then they top over into fat and soft.
Cover chandelier lanterns with tissue paper to create a soft glow.
Note that heavy feeding of either type in spring leads to excessive leafy growth, soft fruit, and fruit rot.
Other critics contend non-lethal weapons are too soft a solution.
Cook in boiling salted water fifteen minutes or until soft, leaving tips out of water first ten minutes.
In boiling large potatoes, it often happens that outside is soft, while centre is underdone.
Bake in hot oven forty minutes or until soft, remove from oven, and serve at once.
Remove to a hot platter, spread with soft butter, and sprinkle with salt and pepper.
Boil first three ingredients until, when tried in cold water, a soft ball may be formed.
Cook until soft, occasionally skimming syrup during cooking.
Soft-sided bags are easier to stuff into overhead compartments and typically expand slightly to accommodate more stuff.
Harvard scientists have built a soft-bodied robot flexible enough to wiggle into tight spaces no other robot can reach.
It likes to partially bury itself in soft mud and is said to be especially speedy at tunnelling and digging.
On land, bacteria and other microbes in the body will rapidly multiply and break down the soft tissue.
As to the findings of soft dinosaur tissue, some people always omit the power of coincidence or other supporting evidence.
The discovery is already being investigated by engineers for possible soft-bodied robots.
For myself open boats at sea and soft-sprung coaches will do it.
Skeptics of hydrogen argued that the article was too soft on the concept, whereas others were put off by the critical take.
The soft-bodied animals, a fraction of an inch long, resemble twigs and gumdrops in shape.
Still, there remain important questions about the way skeletal anatomy relates to soft tissue anatomy.
Carvings of chariot wheels, fruit and flowers emerge from soft marble.
The tracks are concentrated where the white sandstone meets the overlaying soft mudstone strata.
The soft hues of its murals-pink, pale blue and white-give the nave an airy feel.
At the same time, cook the apples with the sugar, cinnamon and a bit of water until they are soft and the sauce thickens.
Generally those who wish to lessen the suffering of prisoners get too readily dismissed as bleeding hearts or soft on criminals.
To live by faith is to live with that vulnerability, that soft belly, exposed.
Mellow and soft-spoken, he listens for rhythms in history.
It will also provide a new kind of evidence for those doing soft criticism to build upon.
They come from relatively soft, flexible new growth.
Instead of having soft coral-pink flowers, you can have bright rosy-red ones.
Soft gray and white towels and neutral-toned bath accessories meld with the overall palette of the room.
Soft yellow wintertime flowers are small but prolific and long lasting.
Many, including some algae and sponges that look too soft for the job, bore tunnels of their own.
The simplest of these soft-bodied creatures were sponges.
Canvas upper, soft leather insole, eva sole with textured bottom for improved traction.
In some areas, bobcats are still trapped for their soft, spotted fur.
Soft, sandy buff with a long pointed tail bordered with white.
These hooves also act as snowshoes to support the heavy animals in soft snow and in muddy or marshy ground.
Sniffing depends on highly coordinated motions of the back of the roof of the mouth, aka the soft palate.
Oh, and it makes your under-arm hair soft and shiny.
Soft mesh carrying case for headband and spare earbuds.
The pretzels came out of the oven with a unique brown crust, soft center, and delicious taste.
The breeze in heaven is soft, sweet, smells delicately of oranges.
Then make a buzzing noise where the tongue touches the soft palate.
But all of these heirlooms are evenly deep-hued and luscious on the inside, as crimson and soft as mouth flesh.
Pulling off onto the soft shoulder, he felt a certain resistance from the undercarriage.
His father wore suits and worked in white offices with soft white couches and had his secretary print out e-mails for him to read.
He was a new kind of musical star, not macho and aggressive, but soft to the eye and maybe to the touch.
Perhaps there is a connection to the early regional brands of soft-drinks.
It was either a predator or a scavenger, grabbing small, soft-bodied animals with its long tentacles.
After it is dried out, it is treated with an emulsifying mixture of tannin and egg yolk to make it soft and pliable.
Many of the bullets at the site are flattened on one side, as if they were still soft when thrown.
Mice typically gnaw vigorously at the cotton, shredding it to make soft igloos for sleeping and staying warm.
Sandy plains are dangerous places for soft-bodied octopuses.
The beans managed to be soft without getting all mushy, and they were seasoned enough to enliven the bland tortillas.
The soft tissue surrounding the inhaled branch cause an abnormal growth.
For example, it does not accuse colleges of being unfriendly to business or soft on communism.
She may speak in such a soft voice that you have to lean forward to hear her.
Each scene should feature dramatic sources of soft light.
The mixture should have a soft dropping consistency.
Everything is serene, soft, seemingly the essence of artlessness.
It almost has a feeling that there's a soft breeze blowing on the character.
Rove's house is done in soft silks and elegant colors, seafoam and other pale-green shades.
They liked her in spots but worried she was overrefined, soft, skittish.
It always would have been soft suede gloves, and for the evening a long white glove over the elbows.
There is nothing wrong with fantasy fiction or soft science fiction.
The natural sweetener in your soft drink or chocolate bar could soon come from an unlikely source: potatoes.
Also expect corn syrup--used in soft drinks--to get more expensive, he says.
The technique could be used to make novel optical devices or biological scaffolds to grow soft tissue, teeth, and bone.
From conception to buzz, from three-way spring to soft-touch paint: inside the design of a multimedia communications gadget.
The result is a soft, flexible protein shell the size and shape of a red blood cell.
They might also consider canning the stuff and selling it to the soft drink makers.
In its natural state, vanadium is soft and ductile and it possesses excellent structural strength.
Its outer skin is also made of soft, smooth materials so that if an astronaut does bump into it, she will not be harmed.
It's creamy and sweet with a soft inside and the perfect amount of chew.
Whole-wheat pastry flour is the whole-grain version of pastry flour, which is made from soft wheat.
Let the mixture simmer gently until the vegetables are soft, then rub the mixture through a sieve.
If the dough becomes too soft while rolling, chill until firm.
Bring everything to a simmer and let the vegetables cook until they're soft but not mushy.
Beat egg white in a bowl with an electric mixer at medium-high speed until it holds soft peaks.
Pay for the meal and carry it to an adjoining room where soft light filters through red-checked gingham curtains.
If the mixture seems too soft to hold a shape, add more bread crumbs until it is thick enough.
The diagnosis: aggressive soft-tissue cancer of the pharynx.
His hands were soft and white, and he wore gloves whenever possible.
If you put your camera on auto, it tends to overexpose the soft light that occurs around sunset.

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