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blanch

 [blanch]
to become pale.

blanch

[blanch, blänch]
Etymology: Fr, blanchir, to become white
1 to cause to become pale, as a nailbed may be blanched by using digital pressure.
2 to press blood away and wait for return, such as blanching of fingernails and return of blood.
3 to become white or pale, as from vasoconstriction accompanying fear or anger.

blanch

(blanch)
1. To become white or pale, as skin or mucous membrane affected by vasoconstriction.
2. To whiten or bleach a surface or substance.
[O.Fr. blanchir, fr. blanc, white]

blanch

to become pale.
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Blancher added that, "The IMF team welcomes the progress made in strengthening financial sector soundness, and encourages the authorities to accelerate structural reforms to improve the business climate and governance, combat corruption, reduce unemployment, particularly among the youth, lessen regional and social disparities, and reform the educational system to create more skilled workers.
While firefighters battled the blaze, Blancher sat on a sidewalk, holding her dog Bandit.
CS2 De Perio and Chef Blancher, along with the other 10 teams, had 30 minutes to prepare a dish using any ingredients they wanted, with the only required ingredient being at least one of Louisiana's crab, oysters, shrimp, fish or crawfish.
There he stumbled on the gravesite of his great-great-grandfather William Blancher.
Modal clutch size is three or four eggs, depending upon the populations (Davis 1955, Murphy 1983a, Blancher and Robertson 1985).
In his letter, Blancher hardly conceals his admiration for the effect produced by a speech given at the rally by Patriote leader Louis-Joseph Papineau, and he warns of the unity of the 3,000 French Canadians in attendance, all prepared to wield arms against the British.
Lack 1947, 1954, 1966, 1968, Blancher and Robertson 1987, Martin 1987, 1995, Nilsson 1991, Svensson and Nilsson 1995, Brodmann et al.
Doctor Blancher did favor more government intervention in the schooling of deaf children with regular visits from government officials who would monitor this "mainstreaming system.
For example, when the blancher is being cleaned, make use of that downtime to run CIP for your hydrovey piping.
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The Cornell Hot Oil pump serves two purposes: Moving thermal fluid into a heat exchanger on the fryer containing five tonnes of sunflower oil in which the crisps are cooked; and feeding thermal fluid into the heat exchanger on the blancher.