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Set a cookie or biscuit cutter in a medium bowl, then set mold on top.
Repeat on remaining two sides, then staple all around the edges, pulling cloth tight.
There are fixer-uppers, and then there are complete wrecks.
Our staff photographer loads these pocket-size drives with pics from the year, then sends them to friends and family.
To keep predators out, the wire sides extend two feet below ground level, then out another two feet.
Dampen the mix before using it by pouring it into a clean bucket, then stirring in enough water to make it moist but not soggy.
Water regularly after planting, then cut back on watering as tree becomes established.
Then they can start wagering in real time on which currencies are headed up or down.
She was a poet turned rocker, tapping and then redoubling the energy she found in basic three-chord songs.
We scrutinized the beach and watched oysters open, filtering the water, and then snapping shut on our approach.
The goal, of course, is to see where their eyes move and where they linger and then devise ways to get them to linger longer.
After college and four years of veterinary school, typically you do a one-year internship and then a three-year residency.
Then music could be a tool for pulling someone out of depression or calming them down.
He disappears into a storage room, then emerges minutes later carrying several objects wrapped in white cloth.
It had agreed to a date, then showed up with a shaved head.
The agitated zebras gallop back and forth in short, panicky dashes, then skitter off into the absolute darkness.
The bladder is then implanted into a patient, where the scaffold gradually dissolves.
Then she bounds away in a series of leaps, a dancer in perfect partnership with the trees.
The challenge, then, was to create a modern design that improved the way the diamond looked.
Monkeys suffer the same fate only rarely, but then again they can't sing or dance.
Soon, there were other rooms adjoining the old travel trailer, then a second story with a patio and tiny third floor.
Then they send the designer an enormous packet of textile samples.
Since then the slick has grown inexorably, despite attempts to contain and disperse it.
Companies would then buy cheap credits and continue doing business as usual rather than cutting their own emissions.
Then enter the car, that symbol of freedom and status.
Many will then opt for public transport, even though they may have to travel by train.
It may come as a shock, then, that mere mortals have now made artificial life.
The participants were then split into three groups and, two days later, interviewed about what they remembered from the film.
One is to try to culture an organism from the powder, and then subject it to a barrage of chemical tests to identify it.
His dancers waddle, with torsos torqued and arms spread, and then extend a pointed leg and pause.
Or you can use the heat of that sunlight to boil water, and then drive a turbine with the resulting steam.
They work by sending out pulses of high-frequency sound and then interpreting the reflections as images.
Most corridas start then, when the declining sun shines full in the bull's eyes, dazzling him.
Unearthing those imprints is the key to understanding what is going on and then treating it.
Then press print and go off to have lunch while a device on your desk manufactures them for you.
They then tried to ascertain the subsequent five-year return.
Brewers then use one of several methods for roasting the beans.
Then television came along, and radios migrated to the car for use during rush hours.
They can then draw your attention to products they think you might want to buy in the future.
The dye absorbs incoming sunlight, and then re-emits it.
His timing was unfortunate, for something started happening around then which made nonsense of his ideas.
Pay people to dig holes, if you must, and then to fill them in again.
Then, to add to your troubles, you see a small blob ooze through a nearby crack.
If you fear economic catastrophe, then you can build a case for owning silver.
Season lightly with salt and pepper, then transfer to one half of the prepared baking sheet.
Otherwise, coat the remaining bonbons, then let them dry and harden.
Then he takes another cigarette from his suit pocket and lights it.
And then something remarkable, close to miraculous, happened.
Draw a circle in the center and then five lines from the center to the corners to create five isosceles triangles.
Then stuff the loose ends into comfortable spots inside the shoe.
Then open the hatch and try not to panic during that long float to the surface.
If nobody with the app is riding the subway, then there is no data.
Replace the cap and then shake the bottle until the dye is dissolved.
Then he urged his horse to his utmost speed, yet he found that it availed not.
Take one of her face and hand and then closeup on the hand.
If you enjoy the process and want this for yourself, then go for it.
If you want to display your brilliant mastery of the content, then go right ahead.
If you want to show that you're a great teacher, then you may want to take the time to get to know the students.
The dean can then tweak their recommendation somewhat, and then work out the rest of the negotiable details.
The panel chair gave me one more minute, then cut me off in mid-sentence.
If that is the real reason why he keeps his door shut then he is neglecting his sisters.
Then another, and another-a ring of standing pillars.
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.
Then, explain that there are many characteristics that rituals share, and that they will be exploring several of those today.
Then, ask the students what made these experiences so memorable for them.
They also invented writing, and then filled millions of tablets with their intricate, detailed characters.
Then, as they kept explaining what was happening it got bigger and bigger.
Then slither online to meet our life-size king cobra.
Then decide whether each sentence below is true or false.
Then remind students that, at the time, ships were wind-powered.
Students should then hypothesize why these two images are so similar.
Then figure out an efficient way to line everyone up or move them around.
Then you find the great violins also have a significant low-frequency component that defines the sonority and adds darkness.
They then get a starting point for this universe with a non-zero volume and a non-infinite energy.
Eventually they babble, and then start to speak, and then you never hear the end of it.
These daughters can then do the same, leaving behind a generation of grandbaby bubbles.
Only then does its content become encoded in memory.
The total orbital energy remains constant, so if the spacecraft gains orbital energy then the moon's orbital energy decreases.
It occasionally listens to some chatter, makes a decision and then is out sunning itself.
Then it shrinks down into a skeleton of its former self-a white dwarf.
There are experimental sciences, and then there are historical and observational sciences.
Even then, it takes several studies for a consensus to emerge.
The air would spin a turbine, which would then get things rolling.
If there is uplift from the sea floor then the water is pushed up and then because of its own weight it has to move sideways.
If you allow that then all scientists can take patents for everything they discover.
If someone discovered a new galaxy then s/he can get a patent for it.
And then the plastids keep on doing what they do, which is convert sunlight to usable energy.
And they found that folks who had thought about fast food would then read faster, even though no one told them to hurry.
Poets go to bed earliest, followed by short story writers, then novelists.
Then, a few days later, you're looking at their rashes.
Every now and then, a button would fall off a cuff, roll under the bed-and that was it.
You'll be with her until about eight-thirty, and then she'll want to wash up.
He bent to put his statement on the bridge, then placed his cell phone on it.
For every dance, he devises a certain number of key gestures, which he then weaves through the choreography.
Then he pivots right and fakes another handoff to the fullback.
He studied the withdrawal dates-few of them and far between-then closed it and put it back down.
The twelve gentlemen became at first bewildered, then dismayed, and finally frantic.
In short, these people are to be free, and then deported.
It was not uncommon for a judge to step down before the end of his term and handpick a successor, who then ran unopposed.
Then you think twice about sitting for long at your favorite café.
She looked at him with an indulgent sadness, and then at me.
The poem served the public purpose of shared grief and could then stay in the mind for private understanding.
The bank can then work with the company to create an offering and find investors to purchase the resulting securities.
Or if you remember that logy is an adjective, then logiest can clear your rack.
Without credit histories being kept by the credit rating agencies, then consumer credit would be even worse off.
Since then my memory has been required to hold gigantically much more, the bulk of it so dull.
Back then the moralizing aggressors were on the younger side.
Under the bonus system, if they had a year when business was bad, then their bonuses would decline.
Subsidiary branches of the government then either do or don't made progress toward achieving those objectives.
These bubbles then expand, and eat into the original vacuum.
He begat the project but was then shut out for being a perceived security risk.
People are aren't using these principles and then applying them.
It's a tall order, maybe, but there's certainly a way for some of then to become prominent public communicators.
They then sequenced genomes from cancer cells taken from the patients when they were first diagnosed.
He would have had them grow rigid wings on either side of their skeletons, crawl up a tree, and then jump off.
Close your eyes while your partner raids your refrigerator and then holds different foods under your nose.
When the loggers go into the forest, they need to eat, and then the hunters go and supply them with meat.
Then, one of the duplicates jumps to another unfired origin, where it can be copied yet again.
Your life depends on satellites in more ways then you might know.
Recall that when an egg cooks, its proteins first unwind and then link to form a rigidifying mesh.
And then, he points out, if you wait long enough you will swerve your way into the universe.
It's a good idea, and one that has been re-invented since then.
If that's the case, then you can read my writeup on what happened.
Pour egg mixture into well, then knead into potatoes.
Spread remaining rice mixture over zucchini, then top with remaining zucchini.
Quickly toss to coat the onion in oil, then turn the heat down to low or medium-low, and let it ride.
Run rolling pin over top edge to cut off excess dough, then press side to make dough come up slightly above edge of pan.
We added some milk slowly until the dough formed a ball, then dumped it out onto a floured table.
Wash chopped leeks in a large bowl of water, agitating them, then lift out and drain.
Toss pasta with butter, then add tomato powder to taste, tossing to combine.
Whisk together arrowroot and sugar in a large bowl, then whisk in hot milk mixture.
Then it's then time to dig in with our picks for the five best mail-order hams from across the country.
Cut tomato crosswise in half and squeeze out seeds and juice, then chop.
Immediately strain through a fine-mesh sieve into a metal bowl, pressing on and then discarding solids.
Stir fruit mixture into bread mixture, then transfer to baking dish.
It cooked mostly on the first side, and then he flipped it to crisp up the pork a bit.
Cook meat on a grill or in a skillet, then chop for tacos.
It's easy to think that proteins ought to fold more quickly as they cool down and then unfold more quickly as they heat up.
First, they teleported photons, then atoms and ions.
The ice then condensed on the other side of the moon making it lighter.
Many other kinds of quasicrystals have been discovered since then.
They then coaxed those cells to differentiate into neurons.
The company's system then evaluates how well this information matches the behavior patterns of the appropriate authorized user.
Then melt them down and turn them into something more useful.
Since then it's been happily sweeping my living room and dining room every week or so.
Then also consider, the majority of the worlds population lives near the ocean.
The organisms excrete the fuel, which can then be collected using conventional chemical-separation technologies.
They then took swabs from computer mouses of nine different people.
Then, for those relatively rare occasions when a longer range is required, rent a car.
During the final leg of the run, the horse breaks his hoof and is then promptly euthanized on the track.
It then began to register all over the place, from a gruff and husky whisper to a papery, plaintive bleat.
After that he became a real-estate magnate, a media mogul, and then prime minister.
Football spread through the empire, and then beyond, with a spectacular alacrity.
He might do that master for a bunch of takes, then he'll get the over-the-shoulder, then the close-up.
It's a technique that's been adopted by countless wheezing movie mobsters since then.
He would then gaze longingly out the window and walk away.
Then they use that sample to come up with the overall rate.
Then a ballad that kind of swings, if heavy metal ballad can swing.
And if you want to hear only the intro, then you'll hear only the intro.
Then the notion evaporates with each step as he approaches.
Then they would all descend, breathable air and building capacity restrictions be damned.
And then you have this finished product that is so unique.
If you want your lawmakers to be accountable to you, then take away the pen.
Decide on a look and style you want, then pull in rich colors and fabrics that coordinate with that style.
And with such a people you can then do what you please.
Then as the air speed is increased further the regularity of the pattern of vortices is lost, and the flow begins to be turbulent.
If it is not relative, but absolute, then it refutes the view that all truth is relative.
He had been repeatedly bludgeoned and then, while still alive, run over by his own car.
Then they produced silicon logic chips, which direct a computer's operation.
Then my mistake was to plant all my seeds together in one patch.
They convert a stylistic virtue into a vice, then lock us up in an addiction.
He was then able to dictate these feuilletons the next day from the resulting structure.
We had fewer sources of energy in my day then you have today.

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