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  • I really can't find anything wrong with our trip so far, besides some of these knees-to-chin, boiling-hot buses and Dad's embarrassing antics.

    The 'Trip': So Far, So Good for Both of Us

  • When a car is parked outside for a period of time, the inside becomes boiling-hot, especially the steering wheel.

    Hints From Heloise

  • Twilight by Stephenie Meyer is the novel that started the current boiling-hot series for teens, about vampires and the girls who love them too much.

    Archive 2008-06-01

  • Then, in a small bowl let them soak in the boiling-hot water for 20 minutes, and in a blender purée the mixture, reserving the purée.

    Archive 2008-05-01

  • Nearby was a podunk little town of cement-block housing and boiling-hot, straight, lonely streets crammed up against high earthen walls.

    Archive 2008-04-01

  • Let Rise Using Any Of These Methods: For a 1 1/2 to 2 1/2-hour regular rise, let stand at warm rom temperature; for a 1 to 1 1/2-hour accelerated rise, let stand in a turned-off microwave along with 1 cup of boiling-hot water; or, for an extended rise, refrigerate, covered, for 4 to 24 hours, then set out at room temperature.

    No-Knead Bread to Yes-Knead Bread

  • And in a Saigon alley, boiling-hot crab broth is ladled into bowls heaped with rice noodles and fresh herbs.

    Street Smarts

  • Her fellow hostages have reported that because she was not a natural mother — she gave the baby boiling-hot milk, for example — the farc turned him over to a female guerrilla, who let Rojas see him only through the barbed-wire fence.

    Inside Colombia's Hostage War

  • And, when he came near, the water grew boiling-hot; not that that hurt him in the least: but it also grew as foul as gruel; and every moment he stumbled over dead shells, and fish, and sharks, and seals, and whales, which had been killed by the hot water.

    The Water Babies

  • He points to an Earth bug called the bombardier beetle that produces a boiling-hot spray that is 25 percent hydrogen peroxide as a defense weapon.

    Is This Really Necessary? « UDreamOfJanie

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