At the end of a busy day, when chocolate has been the staple diet, a final cupful
of molten chocolate might have you craving for a crisp apple.
To check, drop two teaspoons into a cupful
of hot tap water.
Poor memory: Research suggests that eating just half a cupful
of blueberries on a regular basis could delay deterioration of co-ordination and short-term memory with age.
Maybe a cell from the deconstructed body of a dinosaur or a dragon or Napoleon or a Greek god was somewhere in the fruit we eat, or in each cupful
of ocean water that hits up against our designer bikini bottoms at the seashore.
As soon as the latter stage is completed, the coffee flows into a 10-cup, double-walled, insulated carafe designed with a lid to seal air out, thus preserving the flavor, and there it can remain all day, staying fresh and hot until you want a cupful
As some women share, sleeping hours are not fully spent for sleep, half of it is spent thinking where the cupful
of rice will come from.
Pat has written several stories for Bowhunter -- the latest, "A Cupful
of Persistence;' appeared in our Whitetail Special 2002 -- but he has played an even larger, if less visible, role as Webmaster of the Bowhunter website.
You should drink plenty of fluids 30 to 45 minutes before exercise and then approximately a cupful
every 10 to 15 minutes during exercise.
Katie poured a cupful
from her Thermos jug, and plunked in an ice cube.
Medical witnesses have stated that Padre Pio lost a cupful
of blood daily from the wound in his side.
But if you cook with cheese by the cupful
, this can make a difference.
The average person has about 150 milliliters, less than a cupful
, of this fluid within his or her body.