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- adjective Not having had the top cut off.
- adjective Not covered with a
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All you need to do is roll out the dough into a big circle so that it resembles an untopped pizza.
Fold the untopped short end of the dough closest to you over the filling, then roll up the dough and filling jelly roll style.
Although this is my untopped, unchallenged, fabouritest spot ever to attend on the www, you're ot here fr my amusement.
Otherwise, instead of archetype you get stereotype, and you might as well watch or read Sophocles 'Oedipus for the original and still-untopped father-killing moment.
One of her great talents was her cooking, which consisted of exciting things to do with fats ... she made a salad that was so incredible, and her spaghetti is still, to this day, untopped.
As soon as the flowers drop from the fruit bud the capsules grow very rapidly until they have attained full size -- which occurs only in those plants which have been left for seed and remain untopped.
But it's good pizza, not great - at least in a city that also boasts the wood-oven pizzas at Pizzeria Mozza, Gjelina and Terroni - and is oddly at its best as untopped pizza bread.