Bun


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Bun

A unit of weight in Taiwan approximately equivalent to 37.5 milligrams. It is used primarily in the sale of bulk foodstuffs.
References in classic literature ?
Everybody in Bun Hill seems wanting early potatoes at once.
Twist your hair clockwise and wrap it around itself at the base of the ponytail making sure you keep close to the base so that the bun lies flat and doesn't poke out.
Correct people who say cupcake when they mean bun and alter signs in bakeries.
Going by the tagline "The Father of All Buns", the PappaRoti CafEas are becoming more and more popular in the UAE for their world-famous buns.
History: A HOT cross bun is a sweet, spiced bun made with currants or raisins and marked with a cross on the top, which is traditionally eaten on Good Friday.
All of these hair buns are 'clip and go' hair bun styles and allow the wearer to get celebrity hair bun styles within seconds, ideal for wedding and party events.
Every Easter, I'm the one who ensures we get our hot cross buns just right, adding the finishing cross on the top.
Hot cross buns Co-operative Healthier Choice, 50% less fat than their standard buns, 150 calories.
The Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) may possess the secret to baking perfect buns every time.
A PIECE of hot cross bun given to someone who is ill is said to help them recover.
A decrease in the hematocrit associated with an increase with BUN signals gastrointestinal bleeding.
The Very Rev Dr Jeffrey John, Dean of St Albans Cathedral, wants to see the retun of the Alban Bun, which since 1361 has been given out to the local poor on Good Friday.