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DISH

(dish),

dish

(dish),
A shallow container, usually of concave form.

dish

(dish) a shallow vessel of glass or other material for laboratory work.
Petri dish  a shallow glass dish for growing bacterial cultures.

DISH

Abbreviation for diffuse idiopathic skeletal hyperostosis.
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Preparing a portion of dishwasher chicken in his restaurant this week-weekend a surprised customer was taken aback to be oered a free tasting while awaiting the meal she had orordered.
BSH estimates that 29,000 dishwashers were sold in Ireland over the period but no recall took place here until new evidence was presented by The Consumer Show.
The recall involves GE, GE Adora, GE Eterna, GE Profile and Hotpoint brand dishwashers.
She did not go out and leave the dishwasher switched on, she called 999 straight away and got out of the house.
A few days into the manual regime I ring some people who mend dishwashers.
I haven't had a new kitchen in nearly 40 years but I think I'll get one now I've got a dishwasher to fit in," she added.
Plus you get a month's supply of new Finish Quantum dishwasher tablets, so you can achieve brilliant clean and shine on your dishes while 'doing your bit for the environment'.
Plus, you can win a month's supply of new Finish Quantum dishwasher tablets, so you can achieve brilliant clean and shine on your dishes while 'doing your bit'.
One focus of Sears' dishwasher merchandising is to present them as another appliance offering.
After speaking to Comet's customer care team - first in Hull and then Birkenhead - Jackie said was promised the dishwasher of her dreams.
My new dishwasher has receptacles for both soap and rinse-aid.