American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Pillsbury, Charles Alfred 1842-1899. American manufacturer who founded (1869) C.A. Pillsbury and Company, one of the largest flour-milling enterprises of the 19th century.
“And I would call him the Pillsbury Doughboy, but Pillsbury is yummy, unlike Bleech!”
“Miss Pillsbury, is there a way I could wear like some gold board shorts or something?”
“He pedaled his bicycle, helmet-less, down the street he lived on, past the oaks and crocuses, out onto the highway where one stray truck chugged past, the advertised cookies and the word Pillsbury reminding the man of everything he wanted to forget.”
“If it doesn't work out ... oh well, that's what Pillsbury is for!”
“She would take a slice of Spam and add a slice of American cheese and encase it in Pillsbury biscuit dough.”
“Vincent discusses the problems of integrating different computer systems both within Pillsbury and with other companies.”
“We ` re going to take you behind closed doors at a major modeling agency, where you see very thin girls getting called Pillsbury dough boy and fat cow, among other things.”
“Very thin girls getting called Pillsbury Dough boy and fat cow.”
“Faster and Fresher From the Refrigerator Frozen to Golden for Foodservice to the Oven in Minutes Foodservice operators appreciate the Pillsbury is the market leader in the Pillsbury Oven Baked dinner rolls go convenience of products that reduce $1.6 billion refrigerated dough category. from the freezer to hot from the oven in labor and waste.”
“But articles on what came to be known as the Pillsbury report ran in the Times on July 16, 1995, December 24, 1995, and March 1, 1996.”
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