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  • n. Plural form of drizzle.


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  • I've never seen anything quite like it in Vancouver, which usually specialises in misty drizzles.

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  • Pablo places six gnocchi on the plate, grouping them in pairs so that they form a triangle; Laia drizzles a tablespoon of Parmesan cream over each.

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  • To finish his cake, David Herbert drizzles it with ginger syrup, while Delia opts for a simple lemon icing.

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  • Hello, barbaroja said: Yesterday was cloudy and we had some light drizzles that didn't register as 'rain' ....

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  • Yesterday was cloudy and we had some light drizzles that didn't register as 'rain' as well as damp ground from recent rains that are pushing the humidity up.

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  • Barnes has moved on to turnip seed oil, which he drizzles on warm vegetables.

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  • Angel and Devil's Food, lemon and orange Bundt cakes with rum drizzles and crackly confectioner's sugar frosting that dripped down into the trenches shaped from the molds.

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  • She does not look sixteen and her crinkled hair drizzles around her face like bleached tinsel.

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  • Joe Petriello, a Little League coach in Commack who ditched his paperback for iScore, covers his iPad with a Ziploc freezer bag when it drizzles but Mr. Sheehan said his biggest concern has nothing to do with baseball or Mother Nature but with the device itself.

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  • Too much icing, too much cake, too many sprinkles and drizzles on top, the testers grumbled.

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