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Turner rarely sits, and Castro, Kieboom and Harrison could all spell him in a pinch.
Ekstra Bladet, Denmark’s biggest news site with 500 million page views per month, reached this pinch point three weeks ago.
It doesn’t filter out sediment, but it’s a good choice when you’re in a pinch or in an area where water may not be the most sanitary.
In a medium pot, combine the celery root and a generous pinch of salt, and add enough water to cover.
The fact that so many of the small businesses that are hurting are women-owned, are minority-owned and are feeling the pinch first.
These will work in a pinch, but spring for the next tier up if you want to save time and effort in the long run.
Mix a pinch of MSG in with your salt next time you’re cooking and marvel at the umami X factor you never knew you were missing.
Add one chai tea bag, a small pinch of salt, and three demerara sugar cubes.
Bake the cookies, one sheet at a time, for 7 minutes, then use a small spoon to sprinkle a pinch of sanding sugar onto each raspberry.
As her high school coach, Chris Bezner, told the Athletic this week, the football coaches at Wylie High used to say they might need her in a pinch.


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