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Synonyms for churn

to cause to move to and fro violently

to be in a state of emotional or mental turmoil

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a vessel in which cream is agitated to separate butterfat from buttermilk

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stir (cream) vigorously in order to make butter

be agitated

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In comparison to traditional churning in gourds or calabashes [5], the churner in Fig.
By following these rules, a casino practitioner can understand how the model classified subjects into a churner group or a non-churner group, as well as the factors that are associated with a higher likelihood of churn.
Some of them [9] reported the percentage of correct predictions varying from 14% to 73%, depending on the proportion of churners in the validation set.
well, in these latter days of the Age of Reading, being a good reader has the same quaint nostalgia of being, say, a good butter churner. But before we eulogize literature and surrender to the coaxing pull and easy argument of image technologies, you might pause to consider, indeed relish, the breadth and reach of the implications of Stephanie S.
In many wasted-labor scenes, especially in Danish wall painting, devils physically impede the person working or, in one widely popular domestic context, tease or tempt a woman performing her duties as a churner of butter.
The Charlatans, adding the UK when the '60s hippie band The Charlatans raised copyright issues, scored early with "The Only One I Know," an organ-heavy churner that resurrected specters of Greg Rolie's work with the original Santana and of course Vanilla Fudge.
Sarath explains: a "makamkruka is a churner, an agitator.
Churner, the Court said that the Prison Litigation Reform Act requires that a prisoner seeking money damages exhaust prison administrative remedies, even if the prison cannot provide such a remedy, as long as it can offer the prisoner something of value.
25 September 2003: Russell Austin Aldrich, Shannon Lorraine Barry, Aarti Rashmikant Bhalodia, Stephanie Frederique Cagniart, Matthew Russel Casey, Benjamin Edward Cassell, Leah Ann Churner, Alan William Crider, Leah Nicole Deane, Ariel Barbara Denbo, Justin Patrick England, Brian Wesley Farabough, Brendan Lambert Fay, Kirkland Alexander Fulk, Michael Shane Gallimore, Rogan Banton Giles, III, Olga C.
Churner, 206 F.3d 289 (3d Cir.) (exhaustion required), cert.
Later that day, the authors reinforced these ideas when the children made ice cream using an old-fashioned hand churner.
A man sitting on a stool on his left is busy mixing yogurt, milk and water with a wooden churner in a brass container.
Super dares you to try the grilled chicken head skewer-a real stomach churner for the squeamish eater.
The authors propose a female-friendly (culturally and ergonomically appropriate) churner, a modified form of a previously published version [10] with a projected capital investment of 500,000 UGX for a 20- to 40-liter capacity.
Byline: Joe Churner Reporter newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk