MASH


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MASH

(măsh)
abbr.
Mobile Army Surgical Hospital

MASH

[mash]
abbreviation for mobile army surgical hospital.

MASH

Abbreviation for:
Magnesium and Acetylsalicylic acid in Subarachnoid Haemorrhage

mash

dry food moistened with a little water. See also bran mash.
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Mash it carefully with a masher so that no lumps are formed.
I'm sorry to hear that the mash had a piece of glass in it, I can appreciate how frustrating this would've been.
The mash pluses to be cultivated over an area of 17.
Jill Daye, of In Focus Brands, discusses: "We want to build the sustainable, best practice solutions for Mash Card's vision and future success.
Mash and add simmering liquid and seasoning until you achieve the desired flavour and consistency.
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Available in pellets rather than a 'puck' shaped product, Homestyle Mash is easy to portion, which not only makes cooking to order easier, but helps minimise waste and make stock control more manageable.
Mash Direct grow, steam cook and package the products on its farm, distributing them to major supermarkets throughout Ireland and the UK, as well as exporting them to Scandinavia and continental Europe.
2 litre shallow pie dish, top with the mash and spread out evenly with a fork.
The old way, which was portrayed by an exasperated woman peeling a mound of potatoes, was contrasted with the new way: microwave, steam and mash.
The Lounge in Neville Street has revamped its menu and has opened Mix 'N Mash which is offering dishes such as cottage pie, steak and ale pie and fish and chips.