- n. Plural form of blender.
“The other 2 weeks during easter they are bought by the ladies of the patio, ground up in blenders and used to make tortitas de camaron con nopales.”
“(Be careful pureeing hot liquids in blenders, if you put too much in, it'll explode all over, making a big mess at minimum and burning anyone nearby at worst.)”
“The tax break for blenders, which is designed to increase demand for ethanol, totals about $6 billion annually.”
“McCain's amendment would prevent the federal government from funding so-called "blenders' pumps" in the 2012 agriculture appropriations bill, which could be voted on as soon as later on Tuesday.”
“Sturdevant said cellulosic ethanol is economically viable without the $1 per gallon tax credit to blenders, which is in jeopardy in Congress.”
“(VEETC), commonly called the blenders 'credit, and the secondary tariff on imported ethanol until December 31, 2015.”
“Remedy: Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled blenders and contact Haier America to receive a free replacement blade assembly.”
“If someone is searching for 'blenders' on Google, they are much more inclined click a 'WillItBlend.com' ad than those meeting a particular demographic are while catching up on the activity of friends.”
“We live in the age of modern marvels such as blenders!”
“Most mixers are self-contained and not hackable, but Siciliano says many home automation systems tap into appliances such as blenders and coffee machines.”
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