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  • n. Plural form of filler.

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Examples

  • Then put in fillers, which are small objects to fill in the spaces and give the arrangement a lush look of fullness.

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  • Butchers save end products and scraps, grind them up, pack them into cylinders, and then mix in fillers to add extra protein, texture, or taste or just to make sure that the whole mass sticks together properly.

    Milk in Meats. More Than Just Non-Kosher

  • Instead, I’ve bought a couple of packages of ink re-fillers from a big box retailer.

    Four Reasons Our Printers Are Getting Dusty - Bits Blog - NYTimes.com

  • But the slicing of the link showed the links have a lot of fillers, which is never a good thing.

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  • Splenda is better to cook with, but a pain to find in simple form, without the added carbs of the starch fillers, which is a pain-in-the-butt.

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  • Doctor, products called fillers are becoming more and more popular now used in the mouth area.

    CNN Transcript Nov 6, 2004

  • Customers come in for all sorts of treatments to look younger, including Botox and another kind of shot called fillers, that fill in the wrinkles.

    CNN Transcript Nov 9, 2003

  • Now, new types of injectables called fillers are becoming popular.

    CNN Transcript Mar 8, 2003

  • Customers come in for all sorts of treatments to look younger, including botox and another kind of shot called fillers that fill in the wrinkles, and Microdermabrasion, which basically sands your skin, and photo facials, which the aging center claims tighten the skin.

    CNN Transcript Nov 8, 2003

  • Many of the remaining ingredients find a place in feed formulations as fillers, that is, their small contribution to nutritive value at a very low cost is useful for complementing higher nutritive-value ingredients.

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