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bowl

(bōl) a rounded, more or less hemispherical open container.
mastoid bowl , mastoidectomy bowl the hollow bony defect in the temporal bone created by open mastoidectomy.
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She took the bowl and returned it full of hot rice.
Thus do we beg who know the way of it,' said he proudly to the lama, who opened his eyes at the contents of the bowl.
Moreover, being a man of wonderfully acute observation, he had noticed that these painted figures on the bowl of Feathertop's pipe were in motion.
There he stopped; and raising the bowl of punch to his lips, drank a long deep draught, as if it were fair water and cooling to his parched mouth.
I put the bowl to the woman's lips, and as she gripped it with her eager talons the shutter came open and a strong light flooded her face.
But Sid's fingers slipped and the bowl dropped and broke.
The secretary sat at a desk with wooden bowls of money in front of him, and he asked the employe's name; he referred to a book, quickly, after a suspicious glance at the assistant, said aloud the sum due, and taking money out of the bowl counted it into his hand.
He therefore gently insinuated the incapacity of the native of any other country to engage in the genial conflict of the bowl with the hardy and strong-headed Saxons; something he mentioned, but slightly, about his own holy character, and ended by pressing his proposal to depart to repose.
The Boers said that they had already eaten; still, they drank the milk, passing the bowls from hand to hand.
Record the combined weight of the bowl and the sponge.
In the bowl of a food processor fitted with the metal blade attachment, puree the cantaloupe pulp until smooth, about one minute.
8 /PRNewswire/ -- The Fiesta Bowl and The Dial Corp today announced a "special" multi-million dollar sponsorship agreement which will continue the Fiesta Bowl's growth as it prepares to host top games annually in the Bowl Alliance.