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An empty poppy seed muffin wrapper sat on a small plate on the living room table, according to the document.
Its detractors call it the same old steep cuts in coverage in a new wrapper.
Major cotton pickers could haul dozens of roughly 6,000-pound modules, which are massive barrel-like bundles of cotton that can pack roughly 15 bales into bright yellow wrappers.
Russell Stover pulled out in 1923 to start the candy company that bears his name; in 1924, Nelson sold the company to the firm that made its wrapper, the U.S. Foil Corporation, later the Reynolds Metals Company.
Brush egg wash around the inside edges of an egg roll wrapper.
Going vamp is as much of a fall tradition as grabbing a Pumpkin Spice Latte or re-watching Hocus Pocus with a litter of black and orange candy wrappers scattered down your shirt front.
Enormous versions of the pies have been the centerpiece of at least one Mardi Gras float, and costumers donned outsize versions of the pies' wrappers.
To try Nepalese food, start with a selection of momos, little dumplings made in wrappers similar to Chinese potstickers.
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