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something, such as coins or printed bills, used as a medium of exchange

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Mother, Mother," said Moppet, "there's been an old woman rat in the kitchen, and she's stolen some of the dough!"
"It requires dough and a pat of butter, and a rolling-pin," said Anna Maria, considering Tom Kitten with her head on one side.
Anna Maria went down by way of the skirting-board and a window shutter to the kitchen to steal the dough.
She borrowed a small saucer, and scooped up the dough with her paws.
First they smeared him with butter, and then they rolled him in the dough.
Chick the Cherub shook hands with every one, including Billina, and was so joyous and frank and full of good spirits that John Dough's Head Booleywag at once became a prime favorite.
King John Dough had brought for Ozma's birthday present a lovely gingerbread crown, with rows of small pearls around it and a fine big pearl in each of its five points.
She had--with a feeling of self-satisfaction--just taught Lukerya how to mix the dough, when her six-year-old grandson Misha, wearing an apron and with darned stockings on his crooked little legs, ran into the kitchen with a frightened face.
In most cases, when the family got up in the morning, for example, the wife would put a piece of meat in a frying-pan and put a lump of dough in a "skillet," as they called it.
Roll out and shape dough, then brush with olive oil.
With your hands or using the dough attachment on your food processor, mix together the bread flour, semolina, water and yeast.
This Is more flour than will be incorporated into dough: Make well in center of flour and add yolks.
Stable Micro Systems, the world leader in texture analysis instrumentation, and Warburtons, the number one bakery brand in the UK, have announced the launch of valuable new testing equipment for the bakery industry: the Warburtons Dough Stickiness System.
You will need: 300g plain flour 300g salt 200ml water 1tsp oil A good supply of cookie cutters, round-ended knives, forks and anything else that will make good shapes in dough.
Low-intensity ultrasound is sensitive to the presence of bubbles within dough's viscoelastic matrix.