bowlful


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the quantity contained in a bowl

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Episode VII -Awakens Gamers attracted to The Witness would do well to complement that with this equally attractive and challenging bowlful of app-based brain food.
SHE doesn't look too chilled out during a check-up, but this little bowlful of fun had better get used to the cold - as she's coming to our shores soon.
A rewarding read, "A Bowlful Of Nails" is very highly recommended for personal reading lists and community library General Fiction collections.
Mary received a double birthday surprise yesterday when, alongside a telegram from the Queen, she was presented with 101 boxes of her favourite breakfast staple - including one extra special personalised gift box from Rice Krispies' front men Snap, Crackle & Pop to toast a birthday bowlful.
The Not-So-Sweet Truth It may not be on the level of Fruity Pebbles, but a bowlful of bran can add up to 20 grams, or five whole teaspoons, of sugar.
I quickly heated a bowlful with some rice and devoured it in seconds.
You just need to resist the temptation to eat the lot before you've got a bowlful.
And don't let anyone kill that jolly old fellow whose belly shakes like a bowlful of jelly
So instead of pandering to their pleas for sweets and chocolate bars, why not place a bowlful of bite-sized, juicy fruit chunks in the fridge for when they come in?
Deli Inspired is an indulgent range with taste bursting in every bowlful.
Surprisingly, with every beautiful bowlful emptied we saved a little space for desert.
Only those who finished their assigned tasks would receive the ration of a 200-gram bowlful of corn gruel, and inmates died daily, he added.
A generous bowlful, the mussels were plump and juicy with a delicious sauce including spinach, chorizo and white wine - with plenty of bread for dipping.
Bangers and mash ($9) was a hearty bowlful of mashed potatoes with Irish sausage and onions, covered in Guinness gravy.
The funny thing is, our two-year-old daughter loves traditional Weetabix, so much so she will screech "nooo Daddy" if she catches me having a bowlful myself.