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  • It has two insulated bowls that reside in the freezer so you can "do-si-do" them at will -- (Boy do they know their audience) -- a paddle-like, churning device that fits snugly inside the bowl, and a dome that goes over the whole enterprise.

    One For The Table: Dynamite Ice Cream

  • I also have a handheld kitchen aid mixer but alas, it does not come with a paddle-like attachment.

    Face Your SMBC Fears!

  • Drugmonkey said ... i'm with becca, confidence is nice but means jackall without the freakishly large paddle-like hands and ape arms ...

    If Scientists were like Swimmers...

  • His paddle-like tail wagged with the winds like the dragon was trying to use his tail to keep the hurricane alive.

    Archive 2009-10-01

  • Apparently he bent over, suffocating them, and their flattened bodies and paddle-like tails became his belt.

    Dastardly Dad Designs

  • The Chinese paddlefish (Psephurus gladius) is found in the Yangtze River and has a cone-shaped snout rather than the long, paddle-like snout (known as a rostrum) of the North American paddlefish.

    Archive 2007-01-01

  • When they head into their aquatic phase, their tail becomes more paddle-like flattened side-to-side.

    Archive 2008-05-01

  • To take that out of their hands, I decided to wear long bicycle leggings in case Mo managed to land his paddle-like shins on my thighs.

    Becoming the Natural

  • Sure enough, near the bank to their left, an enormous moose with a huge rack of paddle-like horns stood ankle deep, if moose have ankles, in the water and grazed on plants.

    Beacon Street Girls: Lake Rescue

  • Though sea snakes all possess a vertically flat, paddle-like tail (a feature not seen in any other snakes), most snake experts have agreed that the term ‘sea snake’ includes two quite different groups of aquatic elapids: the laticaudids, or sea kraits, and the hydrophiids (or hydrophids or hydropheids), or true sea snakes.

    Archive 2006-07-01

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