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Synonyms for toasting

cooking to a brown crispiness over a fire or on a grill

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SATURDAY DEEJAYS NIGHTCLUB LEAGUE - New Pitsligo v St Combs.
Division One will have 16 teams: four pools with four teams each while Division Two will have five pools with four teams each.The deejays are in pool A and face Impala, Nondies, JKUAT .
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John Mbugua, Gramwell Bunyasi and Brian Maina scored a try each while Geoffrey Ominde made one conversion and a penalty as Nakuru rallied for a crucial win that keeps them in the hunt for a play-off berth.A sleek Collins Injera, playing at flank, scored a brace in the first half before plundering his hat-trick in the second session to help Mwamba roll out a bonus point seven tries victory against the Deejays.
Each station recorded the script using a voiceover best suited for its audience, often from their well-recognized deejay. Additionally, upon request from retailers, PAC tailored scripts to support limited time, in-store promotions, such as "Five Avocados for $5.00."
-DJ Cutman, a passionate and prolific deejay and producer of Chiptune, synthesized electronic music produced by the sound chips of vintage computers, video game consoles and arcade machines, as well as video game remixes.
Convinced it was not a prank, Jakeman agreed to audition Ashman, only for the Prime Minister to expose that it was a Gotcha call by putting the deejays back on the line.
When Stacious recently commandeered the stage at a video release party for fellow deejay Flexxx, she was officially presented as the "First Lady of the Gully Squad," Mavado's otherwise all-male crew, a simultaneously potent yet pressure-filled position when considering the expectations.
As the New Year arrived, oldies deejays joined balding flower children in whooping it up (with age-appropriate moderation) over the silver anniversary of the 1960s.
The situation is described in Arnold Passman's book, "The Deejays." Two men who had already established themselves in the market suddenly became competitors for the ears of the music-loving masses.
"Our vision was to create a digital distribution powerhouse, to sell artists digitally, and promote them through deejays and vinyl." The two combined the terms digital and wax for vinyl.
This is why the krayzee boffins are so fond of making those whacky discoveries so beloved of tabloids and deejays the world over.