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Waffle

A mechanized process that destroys old or defaced coins. A waffle scratches a coin so that it can no longer be recognized. The former coin is demonetized and may then be sold as scrap metal.
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Hypothesis 3: Participants will attribute less desirable traits to candidates that they perceive as "wafflers" on the trait rating scale.
Eggo Wafflers are hand-held, tear-apart waffle bars--crispy on the outside, fluffy on the inside--that are designed to be eaten right out of the toaster, no syrup required.
In the longer-run, there was the considerable virtue that Wafflers, then and later, made a significant contribution to the creation of the New Canadian Political Economy, a paradigm that has left its stamp down to the present day on numerous academic disciplines.
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First-time exhibitor Toastess Inc., a Canadian company, is introducing electric kettles, skillets, griddles, works, toasters and wafflers.
The 66 Wafflers announced the stops for their 2017 Vans Skatepark Series with bowl battles slated for Australia, Brazil, Sweden, Canada and the good of US of A.
Eggo Wafflers are hand-held, tear-apart waffle bars-crispy on the outside, fluffy on the inside-that are designed to be eaten right out of the toaster, no syrup required.
This one really does sort out the sales people from the wafflers.
* A family of Wafflers (Belgian, traditional, Disney-licensed products) * Table Top Grills * Sandwich Makers * Panini Grills * Flatbread Makers * Smoothee Bar Blenders/Servers * Ice Cream Makers * Coffee Percolators * Crepe Makers * Meat Grinders * Woks * Disney-licensed Toasters * Skillets
Forget the accountants, business-school Smart Alecs and PR wafflers who masquerade as bookies, Brown is the expletive-laden real thing.
British standards watchdogs were yesterday unmasked as the world's top wafflers after producing a 5,000-word guide to making an ordinary cup of tea.
With the exception of a few old-time Wafflers like Jim Harding and Lorne Brown, the professariat was decidedly absent.