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tablespoon

 [ta´b'l-spo̳n]
a household unit of volume or capacity, equivalent to three teaspoons or approximately 15 milliliters.

ta·ble·spoon

(tā'bĕl-spūn),
A large spoon, used as a measure of the dose of a medicine, equivalent to about 4 fluidrams or 1/2 fluidounce or 15 mL.

tablespoon

(1) A spoon that holds ±15 ml.
(2) An obsolete volume equal to ± 15 mL.

ta·ble·spoon

(tā'bĕl-spūn)
A large spoon, used as a measure of the dose of a medicine, equivalent to about 4 fluidrams or 1/2 fluidounce or 15 mL.
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Drop dough in rounded tablespoonfuls about 2 inches apart on ungreased 12- by 15-inch baking sheets.
Drop dough by tablespoonfuls about 2 inches apart on cookie sheet.
One portion of vegetables, which is equivalent to 80 grams (about three ounces), could be three heaped tablespoonfuls of cooked carrots or peas or sweetcorn, or one cereal bowl of mixed salad.
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Place two tablespoonfuls each of Rosemary and Lavender in a jug, and pour on boiling water.
Drop by tablespoonfuls onto prepared baking sheet; chill 2 hours or until firm.
With the pointed end facing away from you, place two tablespoonfuls of the sweet potato mix horizontally in a rectangular dollop 2cm from the edge nearest you.
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Drop tablespoonfuls of the topping mixture over the damsons trying to leave a small space in between each one.
Next make sure you scrub all surfaces with a solution of Jeyes Fluid at a about two tablespoonfuls to the gallon.
We knead the flat dough back into a ball and pound three tablespoonfuls of sugar in.