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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of charbroil.


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  • The French port glazed leg of lamb had been grilled to the charbroiled crunchiness on the outside and succulent tenderness on the inside that the Dawg appreciated, but south, in the Mayan jungle, he finally escaped the prison of the mind with a glass or two of good wine.

    A Prison of the Mind

  • Yes | No | Report from ingebrigtsen wrote 18 weeks 5 days ago ahh so its a christian diet then. well im still atheist so more meat for me: P Mmmm charbroiled lamb of god with tiny taters, garlic and tiny silver onions: P: P: P

    Anti-Deer-Hunting Billboard Goes Up in Kansas City

  • The patio-boasting spot serves Sabrett frankfurters $3.50 a piece, as well as charbroiled Polish sausage, andouille links and Wisconsin brats.

    A Looong Way From Coney Island

  • It even smelled as if he were already slightly charbroiled.


  • I have suggested he fire up the BBQ on a trial basis, say, on a Saturday night on the theory that charbroiled burgers will result in his business taking off but We´ll see.

    General Lee

  • PAHs are the chief component of soot, and enter the air via burning of coal, oil, diesel, gasoline, wood, garbage, tobacco, and even charbroiled meat.

    Frances Beinecke: Breast Cancer Risk and the Dirty Air We Breathe

  • Hardee's, home of the Monster Thickburger, proudly announces that its health-conscious customers need not "leave taste behind," and offers up a charbroiled BBQ chicken sandwich, with 340 calories and 4 grams of fat.

    From 'The End of Overeating'

  • Johnny Rockets gives the discriminating Yank ticketholder a sample of the charbroiled cheeseburger that has made the restaurant chain's name.

    Taste-Testing New York Baseball

  • Then, have a fresh charbroiled fish ready as viand.

    Root crops best alternative against rice shortage

  • The receptionist called my name at only ten past the hour and ushered me into a cheerful examination room where a poster to my left depicted a heart drowning in fat and one to my right showed a lung that looked charbroiled.

    Duma Key


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