- v. present participle of rewarm.
“Adzick NS, Harrison MR, Slate RK, Glick PL, Villa RL: Surface cooling and rewarming the fetus: A technique for experimental fetal cardiac surgery.”
“More sophisticated cooling blankets that regulate both the temperature drop and a rewarming of the patient are used after admission.”
“Twenty-four hours later, rewarming was started, and her normal temperature was restored in about six hours.”
“Limitless supplies from the hot aquifers will be pumped up one borehole, piped through the new housing at Eastgate, near Stanhope in County Durham, and then returned down a second borehole for rewarming by low-level radiation in the rocks.”
“Steve Martin is more in the mainstream, admonishing those who still make drug or death jokes, but apparently fine with rewarming old TV shows and B movies.”
“Pop the whole skillet into the oven to keep the hash warm while rewarming or poaching the eggs.”
“Also, I often make things like this at least the day in advance because then once it's cold, I can easily take off any excess fat or oil after it's hardened up at the top before rewarming and serving.”
“Luckily, you can replace “deepfry” with “brush lightly with olive oil and ovenbake” in most recipes, as well as for rewarming minispringrolls and dumplings.”
“They reasoned that rapid rewarming might stop the tremors sooner.”
“And the cycle of cooling and rewarming redistributes the dough gases from small bubbles into the water phase, then back out into larger bubbles, and encourages the development of a more open, irregular crumb structure.”
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