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We owe to them the doughnut, the cruller, cookies, and many other delicious articles of skillful cookery.
There were three cookies, a cruller, and some chocolates in a box near the bottom.
THE OPEN QUESTIONELIZABETH ROBINS
They had each had a cruller on leaving home, but had eaten them up before embarking on the ice-boat voyage.
THE BOBBSEY TWINSLAURA LEE HOPE
Under low lodges of canvas or bowers of pine branches the women were at work boiling meat or cooking a rude sort of cruller.
So I made no remarks upon the cruller, and finally Ma give a gulp and gasped out the bad news.
BELIEVE YOU ME!NINA WILCOX PUTNAM
She snatched the cruller off just in time to save it, and the room echoed her laughter.
The Alpistera is a Spanish cruller, shaped like the five fingers united at the wrist.
That John D. Rockefeller would give his whole fortune for a digestion good enough to digest a cruller.
THE AMERICAN CREDOGEORGE JEAN NATHAN
Ill bet a cruller that chaps asleep, whispered Zeb, as they crept forward cautiously.
As they had no cutter they used a knife, and twisted them, making them in shape like a cruller.
THE WAR ROMANCE OF THE SALVATION ARMYEVANGELINE BOOTH AND GRACE LIVINGSTON HILL

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