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Stuffing

1. See: Channel stuffing.

2. See: Vanning.
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'A baked baby, I dare say I but I will have none of it, never mind what it is.--A pretty fool I should make of myself, indeed, waked up here in the middle of the night, stuffing and guzzling, and all to make a fat meal for a parcel of booby-minded cannibals one of these mornings!--No, I see what they are at very plainly, so I am resolved to starve myself into a bunch of bones and gristle, and then, if they serve me up, they are welcome!
It is PROVED that our wages be double thine; how then may it be that thou'st knocked therefrom the stuffing? -- an miscall not the wonderly word, this being the first time under grace and providence of God it hath been granted me to hear it."
The nutmeg, with which they are in the habit of stuffing their crops, flavours their flesh and renders it delicious eating.
And my American leather sofa with the stuffing sticking out.
It was so far a description of himself that he had the feet of an Elephant: but the rest of him was skin and bone: and the wisps of loose straw, that bristled all about him, suggested that he had been originally stuffed with it, and that nearly all the stuffing had come out.
At the moment, I was stuffing the crumpled bank-notes into my pockets and collecting all the gold that was left on the table.
When the Scarecrow had bowed, as prettily as his straw stuffing would let him, before this beautiful creature, she looked upon him sweetly, and said:
This allows trade customers to include high quality meat products and speciality stuffings on the menu, without the hassle of sourcing, preparing and cooking.
Located on 200 acres of farmland outside Austin, TX, Jester King is an authentic Belgian-style farmhouse brewery started by brothers Michael and Jeffrey Stuffings and their friend Ron Extract.
Speciality stuffings can be produced in a variety of extruded formats and portion sizes, as balls for ready meals, as logs for filling rolled meat cuts, as slices for sandwiches and plated meals, or as unformed stuffing for roast poultry.
STUFFING SATISFIES THE taste buds without taxing labor or stretching the budget.