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  • v. Present participle of charbroil.


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  • My brother's old chocolate lab, charbroiling patently in the late May sun.

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  • None of this elaborate stuff but simple seasoning and charbroiling.

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  • Tomorrow afternoon Lovely, Colicky and I are gonna meet friends B & T + lil S! at KevMart's place, and we'll be charbroiling fresh oysters all afternoon.

    Your Right Hand Thief

  • If Zeus and Hera started at it hammer and tongs, they might not even notice charbroiling a more or less innocent mortal bystander by mistake.

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  • However, as The Wall Street Journal noted last week, the nation's high unemployment rate is charbroiling fast-food chains, even as the rest of the economy recovers. Headlines

  • But the restaurant industry says the timing couldn't be worse because of the economy, and that new charbroiling equipment can cost owners from $2,000 to $100,000 per year.

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  • The juicy yet slightly overcooked burger would have benefited from a nice charbroiling, the flavor of smoke and fire would have added some much needed depth.

    NYC Food Guy

  • The Bay Area already has rules about charbroiling and pollution; if the San Joaquin Valley follows, rules could be in place by July 2010. - Local News

  • Throughout the San Joaquin Valley, the air quality folks estimate 2.6 tons of particles are released into the air each day from charbroiling.

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  • But even if you are willing to overlook that logjam and the beef-pork mixture and, most willful of all, the mustard, your raised eyebrows won’t be able to conceal your disappointment that the DBGB kitchen doesn’t seem interested in the most important feature of a great burger — charbroiling.

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