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“The still-hot Shrimp Tempura combined with the velvet flavor of the avocado was great.”
“Filled with still-hot radioactive fuel, the reactors continue to require water, 550 tons daily, to stay below the boiling temperatures that sparked radiation-releasing hydrogen explosions during the crisis.”
“Bella dove in, scarfing the still-hot food until she had to lie down among the empty plates.”
“Alone now, I peered into the still-hot nabe pot and discovered to my surprise a tiny crab's claw lying at the bottom, hidden beneath a large slice of cabbage.”
“You can always make waffle bowls, molding the still-hot waffle into a dish shape.”
“Below are some other covers featuring celebrity models - from actresses to TV personalities to still-hot supermodels-turned moms.”
“Put the onions in the still-hot pan and sprinkle with half the sumac, the remaining tablespoon of oil and some salt and pepper.”
“When cookie base comes out of the oven, pour brownie batter on top and spread it out quickly with a spatula, pushing it gently into the corners of the pan without pulling up the still-hot crust.”
“Such a leak in the steel-and-concrete containment vessel that houses the nuclear core of a reactor posed the biggest threat of a "major radiological event" yet in the crisis, said Anthony Pietrangelo of the Nuclear Energy Institute, an industry organization in Washington, D.C.The Dai-ichi plant had automatically stopped its three operating reactors when the earthquake hit Friday, but the tsunami knocked out cooling of the plant's still-hot nuclear fuel rods.”
“And then we had a dense, still-hot tray of molten fudgy loveliness.”
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