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  • n. Plural form of percolator.


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  • Others were for the type of machine which came to be known as "percolators" because they employed the principle of raising the heated water and spraying it over the ground coffee in continuous fashion.

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  • True percolation is not produced in the pumping "percolators" in which the heated water is elevated and sprayed over the ground coffee held in

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  • I can't be bothered to faff around at home with percolators, grounds and filters.

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  • The Olive Way store is one of Starbucks Corp. 's percolators for ideas that could someday spread to the Seattle-based chain's other locations.

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  • French presses and percolators are OK for home or in cases of emergency.

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  • Coffee consumption has not declined along with the gradual disappearance of electric percolators.

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  • There's also a label featuring a number of silver coffee percolators on a flat white plane, emitting steam; a couple of them are rocketing into the sky.

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  • These were the days of percolators, Nescafé and ads for Mr. Coffee™ featuring baseball great Joe DiMaggio.

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  • The counters were covered with new appliances: percolators, mixers, toasters.

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  • The coffee makers you described above as “espresso” makers look to me to be Turkish coffee makers or like percolators, where you boil the ground coffee and then let the grounds settle and drink the water on top.

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