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Synonyms for blanch

turn pale

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boil

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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Blancher added that unemployment was particularly concentrated amongst youth and women.
so I grabbed my dog and these pants and I ran," Blancher said.
He wrangled the cast of Cate BlancheR, Matt Damon, Bill Murray and Jean Dujardin, convincing them all to take salary cuts.
The Cornell Hot Oil pump serves two purposes: moving thermal fluid into a heat exchanger on the fryer containing live tonnes of sunflower oil in which the crisps are cooked and feeding thermal fluid into the heat exchanger on the blancher.
The Cornell Hot Oil pump serves two purposes: moving thermal fluid into a heat exchanger on the fryer containing five tons of sunflower oil in which the crisps are cooked; and feeding thermal fluid into heat exchanger on the blancher.
In 1808, she was born Laura Smith to Quaker parents Daniel Smith and Sene Blancher.
Tournamille C, Blancher A, Le Van Kim C, Gane P, Apoil PA, Nakamoto W, et al.
Event coordinators partnered CS2 De Perio with Chef Johnny Blancher, owner of Ye Olde College Inn, a local New Orleans restaurant.
pdf; Thomas Rumbaugh & Nicolas Blancher, China: International Trade and WTO Accession 18 (IMF, Working Paper No.
Nutal N, Gommes CJ, Blancher S, Pouteau P, Pirard J, Boschini F (2010).
One of China's main steps in its liberalization policy was the accession to the World Trade Organization in December 2001, which gave, and will still give, China's economy a tremendous boost, but also various future challenges as well as options (Rumbaugh and Blancher, 2004)
Tournamille C, Blancher A, Van Kim CL, Pierre GP, Apoil PA, Nakamoto W, Cartron JP, Colin Y.
Schiffrin EJ, Guigoz Y, Perruisseau G, Blum S, Delneste Y, Mansourian P, Vellas B, Blancher A.
Additionally, concordance has been documented for smoking (Sutton 1980; Venters, Jacobs, and Luepker 1984), drinking (Leonard and Das Eiden 1999), and diet and exercise (Macken, Yates, and Blancher 2000).