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noun as in coating, covering; page

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The analysts said that most reinsurance companies would likely be able to rebuild their balance sheets through higher premiums next year.

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That was supported by the discovery in 2010 of the original, mislogged observation sheet bearing five separate errors.

Many of the geological features thought to have been carved out by flowing rivers and waterways replenished by frequent rainfall, the research suggests, may have actually resulted from massive glaciers and ice sheets that melted over time.

Our plan is backed by a master developer, Toll Brothers, with decades of experience and an impressive balance sheet that answers any viability questions our competition raises.

It’s like origami, but “instead of folding the flat sheet, you cut … along the specific pattern,” explains Sahab Babaee.

Divide batter into prepared ramekins, place ramekins on a baking sheet, and bake about 20 minutes.

Pat the chicken dry with paper towels, place on a sheet pan, brush with olive oil, and sprinkle with salt and pepper.

With a 1¾-inch ice cream scoop (or two spoons), scoop round balls of dough onto the prepared sheet pans.

Place the package, folded side up, on a sheet pan lined with parchment paper.

Place one sheet of phyllo on the board, brush it with butter, and sprinkle it with ¾ teaspoon of bread crumbs.

If you use it wisely, it may be Ulysses' hauberk; if you reject it, the shirt of Nessus were a cooler winding-sheet!

The Professor took his pen and wrote a large X upon the sheet of paper in front of him.

Instead of a cloth, on each table was a sheet of fine glazed paper which had the appearance of oiled silk.

Demons—was the horrible word that flashed through his brain like a sheet of fire.

A very shallow sheet of water flowed down over a broad but nowise precipitous ledge of rock into the valley beneath.


On this page you'll find 56 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to sheet, such as: blanket, coat, foil, layer, leaf, and piece.

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