American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A semisoft, creamy cheese of mild flavor.
- n. semisoft pale-yellow cheese
- After Munster, a town of northeast France. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“Kirsten Muenster is a jewelry designer committed to ethical production.”
“If the egg is not enough, top your hash with melting cheese such as Muenster, jack, pepper jack, brie, smoked gouda, provalone, cambozola, and havarti.”
“It was also, until after I graduated from high school in 1973, part of a dry county (which meant you had to drive to Oklahoma or nearby Muenster in a neighboring county for alcohol, absolutely not a deterrent to drinking) and strongly adherent to a Sundown culture.”
“In the new study, researchers at the University of Muenster and the Robert Koch Institute analyzed samples from 80 patients sent to a national laboratory between May 23 and June 2.”
“In Germany in 1541 John of Muenster and his followers seized the Cathedral of Muenster, beheaded the statues of the saints, threw the illuminated manuscripts into the street and burned them.”
“Researcher Dag Harmsen at the Muenster University Hospital, which has been closely involved in the investigation, said that scientists were hoping to know enough about the E. coli strain by next week to be able to prevent new infections and better treat patients.”
“Some other fantastic artisans using recycled metal and conflict free gems include Dawes Design, Sarah Pelis, and Kirsten Muenster (for beautiful rings sans gems).”
“My grandfather started it up back in 1947, cut his first crop of wheat outside of Muenster, Texas with a crew of six and two old pull-type harvesters.”
“CREEPY HALLOWEEN COOKING DEMONSTRATION, chef Tania Mercer shows how to make "Bloody Mary" tomato soup, "Muenster sammies," deviled chicken on a stick and "Boolicious" cupcakes. 11: 30 a. m.-1 p.m.,”
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