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“Batter is pipped down from a large bag or funnel using a small hose into a hot pan made of circular holes.”
“Here in the UK (Northern England at least) we call Batter Bits 'Scraps' - they're so nice and complement the meal perfectly:)”
“A new feature called Batter's Eye also uses a hitter's real-life eye rating to help gamers identify fastballs, breaking balls and off-speed pitches before they get to the plate.”
“For batters, all of this data factors into a feature called Batter's Eye, which”
“Batter" is what I did to the car after if broke down yet again :”
“Batter," echoed the child, and wriggled out of Greta's arms to the ground, where he forthwith clambered on to the stool, and possessed himself of a slice of bread which lay on the table at the bedside.”
“Certainly, the Purcell-like pathos of the "Batter My Heart" finale of the "Doctor Atomic" Symphony—a trumpet solo replacing the baritone voice of the opera—offers a moving counterpart to the spirit of deep humanist introspection in Bruckner's Ninth.”
“Batter Blaster is a product that I really wanted to lampoon when it first came out.”
“Batter can also be covered and refrigerated for up to two days.”
“Though the app is free—and will serve as a navigation aid to multiple content providers— MediaNavi plans to make money by renting or selling movies from its own collection, Mr. Batter says.”
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