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Synonyms for blanch

turn pale



Synonyms for blanch

to lose normal coloration; turn pale

Synonyms for blanch

turn pale, as if in fear

cook (vegetables) briefly

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With extensive experience in Europe and Asia, Blanch is responsible for deploying IMG's services to Al Ruwaya Golf Club at The Tiger Woods Dubai.
While Blanch is an old-fashioned flyer, Tadulala is a brute of a man just as likely to run over the top of an opponent as run round him.
We went so close and to lose by two points is really disappointing," said Blanch, who qualified to play for Ireland because of a grandparent who was born in Belfast, Northern Ireland.
Now Ms Blanch is to stage a public meeting between cat lovers and MPs on Tuesday, August 21, at the Cross and Bowling Green Pub, on the A435 Alcester Road, in Beoley, Worcestershire.
Blanch was open for a merger as it suffered from sagging profitability, lawsuits over its role in the Unicover workers' compensation pool and a drop in stock price.
Peel or wash the carrots and cut into 5cm lengths, cut these into 1cm chips or batons, blanch in fast boiling salted water until just tender.
Archbishop Blanch head teacher Jane Griffiths said: "We are all greatly excited by having the chance to plan a new building from the ground up.
However, protein and soluble carbohydrate leaching into the blanching water, particularly in the bicarbonate soda blanch is likely responsible for the differences in the total protein and carbohydrate content observed in morama milk.
Former Widnes Vikings' winger Blanch underwent surgery on his hand yesterday and is expected to be out of action for between eight and 10 weeks.
Blanch as promptly as practicable through a merger in which all the shares of E.
If not and you're in a hurry, microwave whole potatoes until fork tender and blanch the haricots verts, covered with plastic wrap, in a cup or bowl in a little water, until crisp-tender; chill both before using in the salad.
The scale of the punishment doled out to Blanch could be due to a dramatic failure of confidence in the firm and perhaps dismissed as an overreaction.
The reason so many canned goods end up mushy, he says, is that the temperatures used today to blanch and sterilize commercial canned goods far exceed what's needed to achieve the tenderness most consumers desire.
Archbishop Blanch sixth formers on their New York trip A GROUP of Sixth Form students from Archbishop Blanch CE High School recently enjoyed a trip to New York City, despite one of the worst snowstorms of the winter.