Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A household machine for mixing and kneading dough.

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Examples

  • Several other UK shareholders said there was growing impatience about Premier's lack of progress in making asset sales to cut debt, which soared after it bought Hovis bread-maker RHM in 2007 for £1. 2bn.

    Premier Foods investors pile on pressure for asset sales to cut debts

  • The night began with supper at Mojo Burritos, with the lovely and talented Spider -- who is, and I say this totally without bias -- simply hilarious, and a marvelous bread-maker.

    weekend mayhem

  • According to the 2004 IMRE, the companies with the best reputations in Mexico are Grupo Industrial Bimbo (bread-maker), the Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey, and Cemex.

    Lloyd Mexico Economic Report May 2004

  • The grain loaf I made in my bread-maker is soft and crumbly.

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  • The grain loaf I made in my bread-maker is soft and crumbly.

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  • According to the 2004 IMRE, the companies with the best reputations in Mexico are Grupo Industrial Bimbo (bread-maker), the Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey, and Cemex.

    Lloyd Mexico Economic Report May 2004

  • Mexico's largest bread-maker, Grupo Bimbo, which has plants in 16 countries, is expanding its presence in the U.S. by buying the western U.S. assets of Canada-based George Weston Ltd. for 610 million dollars.

    Lloyd Mexico Economic Report March 2002

  • The addition of 1,300 more delivery routes and 3,900 workers will make the firm the largest bread-maker in the western hemisphere.

    Lloyd Mexico Economic Report March 2002

  • Mexico's largest bread-maker, Grupo Bimbo, which has plants in 16 countries, is expanding its presence in the U.S. by buying the western U.S. assets of Canada-based George Weston Ltd. for 610 million dollars.

    Lloyd Mexico Economic Report March 2002

  • The addition of 1,300 more delivery routes and 3,900 workers will make the firm the largest bread-maker in the western hemisphere.

    Lloyd Mexico Economic Report March 2002

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