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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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He also said he had consumed some whiskey and beer and had smoked a bowlful of marijuana before the collision, Wilson said.
These are the multitudes who flock to Copenhagen, Cardiff and Belfast and only mildly protest when they've been served up yet another bowlful of mediocrity.
If you feel like pigging out at home, you can have a nibble on Dettori's pizza, followed by a bowlful of Dettori's ice cream.
My first thirty-and-some years of life were spent in the San Fernando Valley, a geographic bowlful of communities north of Los Angeles.
When the toilet rebate program was announced, they saw a bowlful of opportunities and began investigating what would be the best toilets, shower heads and aerators to use in these installations.
Her first full-length novels, a trilogy including A Candle in the Mist (1931), Ranch and Ring (1932), and A Bowlful of Stars (1934a), tell of the life of Janey Grant, a young pioneer whose westward travels were based on the life of Means's maternal grandmother.
A bowlful contains 1/15 of a teaspoon of honey (and 1 1/2 teaspoons of sugar).
Don't munch on salty, deep-fried corn chips - a bowlful can contain as much fat as the rest of your meal put together.
In addition to delivering a bowlful of extraordinary taste for breakfast, Kellogg's Temptations cereals can add appetizing flavor and crunch to yogurt, cake and muffin mixes.
Better to go with a classic European-style custard to bind things together; lighter, fresher and delightfully creamy, and full of those flavours of my childhood bowlful.
SHE doesn't look too chilled during a weigh-in, but this little bowlful of fun had better get used to the cold - as she's coming to our shores soon.
WOEFUL But, from left, Soriot, Wilson and Horta-Osorio still get a big bowlful