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  • n. Plural form of breadmaker.


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  • Nancy Guyott, president of the state AFL-CIO, said her organization represents a broad spectrum of employees such as teachers, janitors, health-care workers, builders, breadmakers and lawyers.

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  • G: GADGETSYou know how in the past couple of years, breadmakers and assorted gadgets have infested kitchens UK-wide?

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  • Purists don't like breadmakers, but there are about 10m breadmakers lurking in cupboards.

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  • Not only has the scale of the price surge fueled by widespread crop failures in Russia taken traders and analysts aback, it has also prompted a range of companies, including breadmakers and owners of pizza chains, to voice cost concerns.

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  • Worse, the gadgets most undeserving of exorbitant spending often carry the heftiest price tags; they also tend to be associated with food trends -- think breadmakers, home rotisseries, etc.

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  • While the things we acquire as our relationships become more comfortable – the Slankets, breadmakers, Ocado accounts, shelving units and series links compiled on a shared Sky+ box – once signalled the death of romance, now they provide newer, kinkier routes to lust.

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  • So breadmakers will sprinkle lactose on top of a bread to make it look better without making the bread overly sweet.

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  • Are we asking for divine intervention to keep the breadmakers and delivery truck drivers from going on strike?

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  • When I found out about breadmakers and heard the heavenly choruses singing their praises, I decided to buy one.

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  • American breadmakers have called a summit to discuss strategies for coping with the plummeting sales of carbo-rich bread in an Atkins-ascendant America.

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