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Her post went viral, spreading rapidly online among both right- and left-leaning groups, who then descended on the farm's Facebook page to give either one- or five-star reviews that had nothing to do with kettle corn or apple-cider doughnuts.
As the kettle drum drops a breezy melody, Freedia pours in a mix of explosive drums and rampant vocals to incorporate that high-octane New Orleans bounce sound.
Dennis Davern: Natalie puts on the kettle to have a cup of tea.
Sift through 150-year-old gold-mining artifacts and cowboy memorabilia on offer, like iron tea kettles and glass whiskey bottles.
The space features an oven and kettle that allows customers to look on as the bagels are made.
Who among us hasn’t walked to the kitchen naked to turn on the kettle, or stepped out of the shower to find the curtains open?
Fischer, who is music director of the Utah Symphony and has a taste for orchestral opulence, is a completely different kettle of conducting fish.
But the setting of Slimani’s novel within the home introduces a whole other kettle of literary fish, concerning the private experiences of women and motherhood.
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Origin and Etymology of kettle
First Known Use: 13th centurySee Words from the same year
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