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  1. Cover baking dish with foil.
  2. LIFT from pan; remove foil.
  3. John Eglinton touched the foil.
  4. Cover with lid or aluminum foil.
  5. A foil blanket was over her head.

  6. Line a jelly roll pan with foil.
  7. Put cake in cake tin lined with foil.
  9. Remove from oven and cover with foil.
  10. It was still in its red foil wrapper.
  11. Soon shall the winter's foil be here;.
  12. Put the hamburger mixture on the foil.
  13. The foil wrapper has been glued to a.
  14. Spread out aluminum foil on the counter.
  15. Place a square of foil on a cookie sheet.

  16. Cover a broiling pan with aluminum foil.
  17. Line one 8x8 inch square pan with foil.
  18. PLace foil on counter top to cool cookies.
  19. I glance down at the foil packet beside me.
  20. Then cover with a tin foil and cook medium.
  21. Peel off the foil, slice into bars and serve.
  22. I am panting and vaguely hear the rip of foil.
  23. Place a piece of fish on each square of foil.
  24. German text on the cover, gold foil embossed.
  25. Tightly seal with foil and bake in preheated.

  26. Cover the pan with aluminum foil, sealing well.
  27. If the top browns too quickly, tent with foil.
  28. Re-cover with foil to keep warm until serving.
  29. Heat in the oven if desired with aluminum foil.
  30. Place 3 pecan halves in a Y shape on the foil.
  31. Margo held a small package wrapped in red foil.
  32. Wrap celery in aluminum foil when putting in the.
  33. How many chances for manhood could I foil here?
  34. Removes the foil capsule and puts it in his pocket.
  35. Charlie chewed on a foil gum-wrapper to stay awake.
  36. Use foil to lift fudge out of pan; peel off foil.
  37. The fish were rubbed with spices and wrapped in foil.
  38. Remove the foil and sprinkle the tops with Parmesan.
  39. In the pantry he found a box of items wrapped in foil.
  40. When cool, cover with foil and refrigerate overnight.
  41. He removed a stick, unfolded the paper but not the foil.
  42. We used large rocks, aluminum foil and plenty of charcoal.
  43. As Garcia chewed his gum he folded the foil unconcsiously.
  44. His body was crinkled over like a piece of aluminum foil.
  45. With a grin he snapped it, unwrapping the foil with care.
  46. It can be blocked by something as simple as aluminum foil.
  47. Tear or cut the foil Easter egg wrappers into small pieces.
  48. Line a 9×9×2 inch baking pan with nonstick release foil.
  49. I sighed and shoved the sloppy foil in his general direction.
  50. Sprinkle the foil very generously with confectioners' sugar.
  51. We spread bacon grease on the chicken and wrapped it in foil.
  52. Line a 13x9 inch baking dish with foil and butter the foil.
  53. The macro feature, after its second year, began to foil this.
  54. It was filled with foil gum wrappers and she pulled three out.
  55. Appearance must not foil, nor shifted sphere confuse thy brain.
  56. It clearly had the ability to foil her traps if it was vigilant.
  57. Sewn on the gown were golden flowers cut artistically from foil.
  58. On the side of the plate, a perfect little aluminium foil parcel.
  59. Place the chicken on a platter and cover with foil to keep warm.
  60. She must have anticipated his move and left earlier to foil him.
  61. He popped it into his mouth and put the foil in his jacket pocket.
  62. The shielding in an STP cable can be either foil or braided metal.
  63. Press a sheet of tin foil over the rice and cover with heavy lid.
  64. However, it must be acknowledged, she had faults to foil her gifts.
  65. Top with grated cheeses, cover loosely with foil, and bake for 45.
  66. A foil blanket will reflect heat and aid care in sub-zero conditions.
  67. Cover edges with thin strips of foil during first 30 minutes of baking.
  68. There were scissors, but Claire used her teeth to open the foil wrapper.
  69. Glue pieces of foil all over a jar to cover the outside of the entire jar.
  70. Bake the pastry blind , lined with foil & baking beans, for 15 mins in a.
  71. Roll the edges of two 16 inch square pieces of heavy duty aluminum foil.
  72. They will stay hot for quite a while if I wrap them in foil and newspaper.
  73. After the teacher nodded at her, she blurted, Cover it with aluminum foil.
  74. Might be some prints on that foil around the bottle of booze, he said.
  75. If not, return to oven, covered loosely this time with the foil, and bake.
  76. Glass is all over the place, and the steel roof is crinkled up like tin foil.
  77. A small amount of the cocaine is placed on foil and heated over a low flame.
  78. Place a 2 1/2-foot-long sheet of aluminum foil on a 12- to 14-inch pizza pan.
  79. Preheat the oven to 375 degrees Fahrenheit and line a baking sheet with foil.
  80. I fish out both foil packets that I find and lay them on the bed by his hips.
  81. Uses the knife in the corkscrew set to cut the foil capsule neatly around the.
  82. Use the foil overhang to lift out the bars and transfer them to a cutting board.
  83. Uses the knife of the corkscrew set and cuts the foil capsule neatly around the.
  84. The room emitted a grand presence; it had been wallpapered with gold inlaid foil.
  85. Garcia removed the gum from his mouth, closed it in the foil wrapper, and set it.
  86. She had opened the suction mail tube and there was the metal foil advertisement:.
  87. She peeled cellophane and foil from the mouth of the packet, tapped out a cigarette.
  88. Cover with foil and bake at 315° - 320° for 15 minutes or until cheese is melted.
  89. I told Joe about the slayings, then peeled the dome of aluminum foil off the platter.
  90. But the Secret Service foil Bickle’s effort, and he slips away without firing a shot.
  91. After the kids went home, you wrapped the leftover food in Reynolds Wrap aluminum foil.
  92. The crate upon which I sit contains 2,000 napoleons packed between layers of lead foil.
  94. I wouldn’t say the fire was hot but some of the foil melted (not around the chicken).
  95. Michael thrust the sword with expert precision; as if it were a foil and he were fencing.
  96. You may need to place aluminum foil over the pie for the last 10 minutes to prevent over.
  97. Carla baked Tim a batch of chocolate chip cookies in the kitchen and wrapped them in foil.
  98. The final touch Becky added was a star, cut from a cardboard box and covered with tin foil.
  99. You can also cover a large piece of stiff cardboard with colored foil and use that instead.
  100. Butter a 12x15 inch sheet of aluminum foil and dust generously with confectioners' sugar.
  1. Or he could be foiling the attempts of the others from escaping.
  2. So, you have – again – been instrumental in foiling a plot that.
  3. I wouldn’t be surprised actually if the YUKON’s main computer has been switched off, in order to prevent it from foiling this ramming attack.
  4. Couple that with the height of the driver’s cab and the ability to move fast through trees, which would be no barrier to them, they could be a real danger to foiling her escape.
  5. Foiling again the surveillance of the men of the Duchess of Longueville, who were watching the royal apartments, she left via the window of her room before the Sun rose up and climbed down the stone façade with the agility of a spider, then disappearing at a run in a nearby street.
  1. It foiled the enemy’s current.
  2. If they had only been after Jean, their attempt was foiled.
  3. We have read of a foiled love turning a hero into a villain.
  4. Does the FBI routinely investigate foiled burglaries?
  5. The fisherman looked up, foiled by the uncooperative instrument.
  6. It had only been bombed once, and two attempts were foiled –.
  7. The assailing hosts halted, foiled by the silent menace of rock and.
  8. Maria at Camp Crame regarding the serial murders and the foiled bomb threat.
  9. Clueless blackmail attempt from otherwise hot ass receptionist foiled before 9am.
  10. Later, Elizabeth told me the story of how I was saved and how Sergei's plan was foiled.
  11. The horse foiled D’ata’s plans to turn and flee by thrusting him more into the open.
  12. You killed one of their agents in that foiled effort to kill the President's wife in Iran.
  13. Al’lah foiled their plans and saved him, along with the believers who followed him (pth).
  14. The millennium acts of terror were also foiled thanks to the good efforts of people in intelligence.
  15. The mother appears quickly on the scene, and Renard retires, foiled and chagrined at the loss of his dinner.
  16. In fact if others had listened to him and worked as diligently as he did, more plots would have been foiled.
  17. These took place, but some plans were foiled such as the Bojinka plot and the assassination attempt on the Pope.
  18. Then suddenly…disaster! – the alleged Equatorial Guinea Coup foiled by bad luck and bureaucratic fumbling.
  19. With night-vision gear, they wouldn’t be foiled by the density of the trees, as they had been among the cottonwoods.
  20. Caris could not help enjoying the look of shock and outrage on Godwyn ’s face when he found that his deception had been foiled.
  21. We all knew we should have run the second we saw the zombies entering the back yard, but the two sasquatches had foiled that little plan.
  22. Then came along the tin foiled, colorful explosive confetti’s, through which Suraj burst onto the stage, followed by the other dancers.
  23. But he can’t just sit here like bait on a hook, so he takes a hit off his inhaler and finds the stairs, the foiled walls, the front hall.
  24. Thus was the devil foiled in securing recruits for his army; so he returned to Ivan and said: Your fools will not volunteer to be soldiers.
  25. His madness foiled his reason, and a puzzled look spread over his face as, shaking his head with a decision which I had but seldom seen in him.
  26. The boy’s plans could be foiled unless, he thought, many others were involved; however, he knew Denver would know early enough of their arrival.
  27. Thinking it was random circumstance—a hunting party, perhaps—he convinced himself they’d been following the same prey, and he’d foiled them.
  28. Thus was the crafty Negro foiled; a man of undoubted talent, whose cleverness and education, if directed properly, might have made him a leading light on the Gold Coast.
  29. Audiences always became audibly excited when Bassanio wins Portia by artfully choosing the correct casket, and when Shylock is foiled by Margaret’s coolly efficient Portia.
  30. Some would have accused her of possibly being an enemy ninja in disguise if not for the fact that she had killed two ninjas and foiled what could have been a very damaging night attack on Hara Castle.
  31. So thick was the cover that the American officers knew nothing of the foiled charge, though I followed the line of retreat later by the carcasses of accoutred horses, torn clothing and discarded equipment.
  32. He was watched in all his movements by Heyward, who, however, remained firm, still folding the fragile form of Alice to his heart, at once too proud and too hopeless to ask favor of an enemy so often foiled.
  33. President Obiang, after the foiled coup, increased the national security ten-fold and ruled with an iron fist – he was determined not to be robbed of power - as he had robbed and executed his uncle, the nation’s ruler in 1979.
  34. We parked the car and walked to the building holding hands; the early exchange of cuddling and touching of bodies and lips and tongues foiled when another man entered the elevator with us, and our flirtation turned ethereal, just looks and smiles.
  35. Sir Thomas gave up the point, foiled by her evasions, disarmed by her flattery; and was obliged to rest satisfied with the conviction that where the present pleasure of those she loved was at stake, her kindness did sometimes overpower her judgment.
  36. If the outcome is so different from our aims—if, instead of freedom and prosperity, bondage and misery stare us in the face—is it not clear that sinister forces must have foiled our intentions, that we are the victims of some evil power which must be conquered before we can resume the road to better things?
  37. By these means, the circumnavigating Pequod would sweep almost all the known Sperm Whale cruising grounds of the world, previous to descending upon the Line in the Pacific; where Ahab, though everywhere else foiled in his pursuit, firmly counted upon giving battle to Moby Dick, in the sea he was most known to frequent; and at a season when he might most reasonably be presumed to be haunting it.
  38. He is the one who sends help so the buccaneers are foiled in finding Jim and his mother, he instantly organizes the entire adventure, a secret cabal between the squire himself and Jim: as a secret council to run and get rich fast before anyone else does it!! So they can all become fat! And gouty red faced corrupt Olde English landlords living off their ill-gained gold and living in ease for the rest of their life while beggars starve to death in front of them and they do not give one cent to help any of the poor.
  1. Give us the foils.
  2. These foils have all a length?
  3. One day, the buttons were removed from the foils.
  4. There there was a trophy of arms formed of wooden broadswords, canes, clubs, and foils.
  5. The swords we used were little more than foils, whereas Ria here is a light saber, but she hefts about the same.
  6. Even if some enterprising were to venture regardless, our way of life foils their bid to find a place for lovemaking.
  7. This was the ability, and the inclination, through a trick in the use of the foils, to disfigure his opponent's face badly, without at all endangering his life.
  8. Spike handed over the paper and I took in the Vulcan with those steely green eyes and that silver spot on his forehead as well as his jet black hair done with indigo blue foils.
  9. I deny it this victory! I deny it this trophy, this triumph! As of this moment, I do not step here willingly! And it is vanity—supreme boastfulness—that foils the demon now!.
  10. He knew he was embarking on one of the most important briefings of his career, but without the comfort of notes or slides or view foils or video clips or auto-cues - nothing but his own memory.
  11. I will be there, of course, with Marian in support, working the view foils and flip-charts and so on, and we shall have to pretend to be surprised if they should mention Jim’s activities to us.
  12. Greenhouse Insulation - Aside from the glazing, the greenhouse could use insulation made of bubble sheets or poly bubbles in combination with foils and other reflective materials to reduce heating costs.
  13. A dark-blue oar crossed with a cherry-pink one above his mantel-piece spoke of the old Oxonian and Leander man, while the foils and boxing-gloves above and below them were the tools of a man who had won supremacy with each.
  14. In the Rue du Cimitiere-SaintNicholas, an officer of the National Guard, on being pursued by a crowd armed with clubs and foils, took refuge with difficulty in a house, whence he was only able to emerge at nightfall and in disguise.
  15. He would lead an artist's life there! He would take lessons on the guitar! He would have a dressing-gown, a Basque cap, blue velvet slippers! He even already was admiring two crossed foils over his chimney-piece, with a death's head on the guitar above them.
  16. There were collected and piled up all Albert's not a taste but a fancy for music; easels, palettes, brushes, pencils—for music had been successive caprices, hunting-horns, bass-viols, flutes—a whole orchestra, for Albert had had succeeded by painting; foils, boxing-gloves, broadswords, and single-sticks—for, following the example of the fashionable young men of the time, Albert de Morcerf cultivated, with far more perseverance than music and drawing, the three arts that complete a dandy's education, i.
  17. The Motion Picture industry has enjoyed a long running fetish with strong, physically intimidating women routinely beating up on or otherwise skillfully out-maneuvering the obnoxious designs of pretentious, self-centered males filled with a heightened sense of their (own) self-importance; convenient foils portrayed as anachronistic, insensitive, chauvinistic types deserving an occasional thrashing every so often from women scorned or in response to inopportune or unsolicited (sexual) banterings or harmless wisecracks intended to make a definitive statement about strong women coming of age.
  18. Will not peruse the foils; so that, with ease,.

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