- n. Plural form of wafer.
“The chocolate wafers from the cookies are ground up and incorporated into the almond-meringue shell of the macaron.”
“Unable to decide what to buy, I settle for a package that contains all the varieties as well as a packet of obleas con cajeta, thin wafers separated by a thick layer of sweet milk candy.”
“These thin wafers of carbon, known as graphene, were found to have extraordinary properties.”
“There were thin wafers covered with red and green crystals.”
“The company melts the silica directly into thin wafers in a matter of seconds, eliminating all that wasted silica and saving tons of time and money.”
“Making traditional silicon solar cells involves taking a chunk of extremely expensive silica, sawing it into very thin wafers, connecting the wafers to a metal electrode and turning the substance into a photovoltaic device.”
“NOTE: Obleas are thin wafers resembling communion wafers, sold in sweet shops in Mexico.”
“That's probably still the case with again in the spot wafers or the short-term wafers are probably somewhat higher than the long-term wafer prices and lower obviously than the semi-wafer prices or starting to approach the semi-wafer prices on the low-end.”
“As a matter of fact we've been put it in their explicitly, but we did produce and deliver significant quantities of short-term wafers in the third quarter and we plan to do so also in the fourth quarter.”
“Bryan Rinehart | 7: 34 am | Vote: 0 0 from the makers of heroin wafers docweasel | 1: 01 pm | Vote: 0 0 oh have it Whitney Houston style: “hold the bread””
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