creamer


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  • noun

Synonyms for creamer

a small pitcher for serving cream

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In late 2013, Founder and CEO Madeline Haydon set out to create the only unsweetened, dairy-free creamer with the consistency of real cream.
Creamer said Monday that placing the lions at the Emoya Big Cat Sanctuary in Limpopo province was all she could hope and dream for.
Mrs Creamer was sentenced to two years in jail and Mr Creamer, also convicted of offences relating to credit card fraud, was given four years and 2 months.
Creamer joining our board as a director and look forward to benefitting from his extensive industry expertise," said SEIA president and CEO Rhone Resch.
The Global and Chinese Non-dairy Creamer Industry Report 2014 is a professional and in-depth study on the current state of the global non-dairy creamer industry with a focus on the Chinese situation.
The sweet creamer can replace more than 40 per cent of the sugar in sweetened instant drinks.
Creamer, of Parc Waen, Conwy, admitted racially aggravated disorderly behaviour in October.
Judge John Rogers QC approved an agreed order that Michael Creamer had benefited to the tune of pounds 540,964.
Michael Creamer of Penmaen Road, Morfa, Conwy, had been jailed for four years, two months, and Anita Creamer for two years.
Eileen Creamer, 53, is charged with killing David Creamer at their home in the regional Victorian city of Moe in February 2008.
Southwest Airlines is bringing back its favorite flavored coffee creamer onboard all its 3,200 flights.
PAULA CREAMER took time off from her preparations for a bid to land back-to-back women's majors to offer words of encouragement for a Merseyside golfer playing in her first.
But she's not favourite, that honour being fought out between the two Americans Cristie Kerr and Paula Creamer who have run off with the last two Majors.
Lee Creamer claimed he was undercover and told the men they could hand over the cash or face prosecution.
With a pushpin, poke a hole in the bottom of a small, clean creamer container.