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con·dense

(kon-dens'),
To pack; to increase the density of; applied particularly to insertion of gold foil or silver amalgam in a cavity prepared in a tooth.

con·dense

(kŏn-dens)
To pack; to increase density of something; applied particularly to in sertion of gold foil or silver amalgam in a cavity prepared in a tooth.
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This report is the result of Canadean's extensive market research covering the Condensed Milk market in East Europe.
Open the tin of caramelised condensed milk and pour it over the coconut mix.
It made sense to start with dry, but our heritage lies with condensed soups," said Campbell developing markets director Mike Hollis, who claimed the business had received "hundreds of enquiries" about condensed soup.
But Vickery, who makes regular appearances on This Morning and Ready, Steady, Cook, says condensed milk - and its close relatives, evaporated milk and dulce de leche - are the cheat's way of trumping pros who are too snooty to buy from a supermarket shelf.
As a result, Campbell plans to expand its sodium-reduction program and reduce the sodium content in 23 of its condensed soups by up to 45%.
Since being introduced to Brazil over 100 years ago, sweetened condensed milk has played a major part in the Brazilian diet and, as Juan explains, it is usually the core ingredient for their desserts.
It will be re-named Batchelors Condensed Soup from March next year although the recipe remains unchanged.
The condensed steam exhaust is in the form of hot water that is subsequently reheated by the coal-fired boiler to superheated steam.
Chemical dynamics in condensed phases; relaxation, transfer, and reactions in condensed molecular systems.
A fresh fruit pie requires a baked crust but sports a no-bake cream cheese-sweetened condensed milk filling.
Burn has condensed the four main scenes into two acts, but is otherwise keeping mum about new flourishes in his bow to Petipa.
95) sounds familiar, it's because this represents a young reader's condensed edition of a prior hard-hitter which became both an adult classic and an acclaimed movie of the same name.