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  • noun Plural form of rind.

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Examples

  • So we compromised on an allergic reaction to pork rinds, which is unlikely but at least kind of amusing.

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  • The rinds were a little tough, but not unpleasantly.

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  • So we compromised on an allergic reaction to pork rinds, which is unlikely but at least kind of amusing.

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  • So we compromised on an allergic reaction to pork rinds, which is unlikely but at least kind of amusing.

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  • So we compromised on an allergic reaction to pork rinds, which is unlikely but at least kind of amusing.

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  • The mouthfeel of pork rinds translates into a few hundred million dollars in annual business.

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  • However, with Daniell's new process, non-food consumption waste products could be substituted for corn, such as rinds from watermelons, thrown-away newspapers, and switchgrass (produced on lands unsuitable for farm production),

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  • St. Pius, known to its Spanish-speaking parishioners as “San Pio” occupies the corner of 19th Street and Ashland Avenue, and is a central feature of this Little Mexico, where street vendors sell paletas and pork rinds, and painted signs advertise lavanderías and tarjetas telefónicas.

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  • In the old days—and by the old days I don't mean the 19th century, but until this summer—we'd diligently gather eggshells, melon rinds, coffee grounds, etc., in an urn left in the kitchen sink.

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  • The narrator recruits a man named Baby, who boasts a criminal background, to take him into Guyana's jungle interior, the sights of which move Mr. Bhattacharya to naturalist reveries: "I would watch dragger-ants carry off whole lemon rinds upon their backs like a trail of palanquin bearers."

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