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When I need just a little flour to use while making gravy or to thicken a sauce, it is much easier to use the coffee creamer container than try to scoop out flour from a big bag.
So I put flour in empty coffee creamer containers that have small holes and shake like a saltshaker.
The crudest form of creamer contains a number of bottles, with their necks all directed toward the spindle, filled with milk.
Jack Creamer wanted two weeks to be ten years old, but he was allowed to stay on board.
Creamer was at the lead, but disconsolate and terrified, having utterly lost his reckoning.
As for Creamer, he can't have any cotton sheets to-night, for fear of a conflagration.
Regnar did not know if the centre-wheel had got anything, but Davies and Creamer had four geese, five brent, and a black duck.
Accordingly the four sought the barn, whither Ben and Creamer had preceded them on a similar errand.
Davies and Creamer gave up their box and outfit to one-armed Peter, as they were about to try their new paddle-boat.
Amid the heat of battle and the excitement of success, Decatur did not forget little Jack Creamer, the lately enrolled ship's boy.

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