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drumstick

/drum·stick/ (-stik) a nuclear lobule attached by a slender strand to the nucleus of some polymorphonuclear leukocytes of normal females but not of normal males.

drumstick

a spherical shape with a single, long extension or conversely, a long stick with a knob on the end.

drumstick lobe
a lobe attached by a thin strand of nuclear membrane to the nucleus of a varying percentage of neutrophils in females. Contains the Barr body. Called also sex bud.
drumstick spore
the characteristic spherical, terminal spore of Clostridium tetani.
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3 When the drumsticks have marinaded, in a separate bowl, mix together the flour and ground ginger, then season with salt and pepper.
Place the drumsticks in a roasting tray with any marinade left in the bowl.
Females with an isochromosome of the long arms of the X chromosome have larger and more frequent drumsticks, whereas females with deletions from the X chromosome have smaller drumsticks (1), (15).
Fresh & Easy's popular Grill Pack includes a mixture of six to eight chicken thighs or drumsticks, four Italian pork sausages and four quarter-pound beef patties - nearly 5 lbs of high-quality meat for $9.
Place the drumsticks in an ovenproof dish and pour the lemon and vegetable mixture over the top.
Method: Slash the chicken drumsticks threetofourtimes each with a sharp knife and place in a non-metallic bowl with the chicken wings.
For small gatherings, you might opt to cook a turkey breast or drumsticks and thighs -- or even half a turkey (ask the butcher to cut a whole turkey in half for you).
Arrange the chicken wings or drumsticks in a shallow roasting tin in a single layer.
When a performer picks up drumsticks and starts to play, the buckets transform themselves into crude animations of the Plexi plinths.
The international artists have infused their cultural aesthetics with American tap dance, and the results fire on all burners: the trash-can percussion of The Stripes (Japan); Vata Tap's (Brazil) billowing white costumes that evoke orixas; Tap Ole's (Spain) flamenco rhythms; and Sheketak's (Israel) fencing with drumsticks (above).
If you can believe that a girl who lacked rhythm and never took a music class can pick up drumsticks and become a professional drummer within weeks, then you might not mind this sometimes overly dramatic novel.
This country has grown up on Drumsticks, Nestle Crunch Bars and Carnation Ice Cream Sandwiches.