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  • n. Plural form of hibachi.

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Examples

  • Each year fire departments are called to 7,900 fires started by grills, hibachis or barbecues resulting in more than $80 million in property damage, according to the National Fire Protection Agency.

    Grill safety: Don't let your summer go up in smoke

  • In any case, red roofs and red birdcages—as well as red opium cups, hibachis, tea strainers, and egg beaters—began to replace the blue.

    The Prize

  • Serving steak cooked on hibachis at the center of diners 'tables, Benihana was all the rage and soon became a chain that spread through the country, where most people still hadn't yet heard of sushi.

    If You Knew Sushi

  • There was a dry cleaner on the corner and a fortune-teller, and at the far end was a lighting-fixture store, but there were apartment buildings everywhere—each with its own family out front barbecuing on hibachis placed haphazardly on the stone steps.

    Miss Misery

  • Smoke rose from hibachis, and the scent of grilled meat was in the air.

    sidewayz glory

  • The population huddles round hibachis and shivers, for the mercury, which rises to 92 degrees in summer, falls to 15 degrees in winter.

    Unbeaten Tracks in Japan

  • Weber barbecues and hibachis stood as mute testimony to the good life.

    The Shape of Dread

  • Gallery: Hibachi Express: Great food, entertaining atmosphere Though most of the seats around the hibachis were taken, there were still plenty of other tables at the ready and a nice bar in the back of the building where a few customers were enjoying drinks and meals in front of a big-screen TV.

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  • Though most of the seats around the hibachis were taken, there were still plenty of other tables at the ready and a nice bar in the back of the building where a few customers were enjoying drinks and meals in front of a big-screen TV.

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  • Webers and hibachis aren't just for red meats and whatever questionable ingredients go into hot dogs these days.

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