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  • Thus our young lord, with fashion's phrase refin'd,

    The Triumphs of Temper.: A Poem: in Six Cantos.

  • Rather than mas ter­ing the clas sic inter pre ta tion, the recipe in Modernist Cuisine flips it on its head by focus ing on refin ing the fla vors of a roasted bird and apply ing Modernist techniques.

    A Modernist Thanksgiving

  • What is needed is MLS 2.0 — how this will happen is anyones guess, but no refin or zillow on their own can push it. reply jwm4

    Redfin To Change the Rules of Real Estate Sales

  • KIRKLAND: Yes, but you have got to remember, we came down from something like 3.9 about a month and a half ago to, what, 3.08, and now we're back up to a halfway, so if you're in the housing market or refin market, you're still pretty good shape here.

    CNN Transcript Jun 27, 2003

  • They needed refin-ishing, so I thought it would be fun to paint them black with white pips.

    The Cat Who Came To Breakfast

  • Cucumbers; cover them close 'till you see they look green; weigh them, and take their Weight in single-refin'd Sugar clarify'd; to a

    Mrs. Mary Eales's receipts. (1733)

  • Water, and clarify as much single-refin'd Sugar as will cover them very well; when the Syrup is cold put them in, and let them stand four or five Days; dry them out as you use them; and when you take any out to dry, boil them which you leave in the Syrup.

    Mrs. Mary Eales's receipts. (1733)

  • Syrup of double-refin'd Sugar, a Pound of Sugar and half a Pint of

    Mrs. Mary Eales's receipts. (1733)

  • Water, and boil them 'till they are very tender; drain them well from the Water; then make a Syrup of clarify'd single-refin'd

    Mrs. Mary Eales's receipts. (1733)

  • Stone your Plums, and put them in a large earthen Pot; make a Syrup with a Pound of single-refin'd Sugar and three Pints of Water; or if you have the Syrup the white Plums are dry'd out of, thin it with

    Mrs. Mary Eales's receipts. (1733)

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