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defrosted

mod. even with someone who has insulted, embarrassed, or angered oneself. (see also chill, ice.) He yelled at her till he was defrosted, and then things settled down.
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It could lead to a situation where "the defrosted one might become cheaper", he added.
Yet there it is, sitting in front of me on the table in plastic, hexagonal packages, just defrosted after weeks in the freezer.
Frozen blocks can be defrosted without cutting into production time, thanks to new technology from Heinen Freezing GmbH, shown at this year's Anuga FoodTec in Cologne April 8-11.
A spokeswoman for Warwickshire Police said: 'Car thieves don't want to go to the trouble of breaking into a garage to steal a car and will take advantage of cars being defrosted on these cold mornings.
They are defrosted, sauced and sprinkled with cheese in stores ready for customers to choose their own topping.
The most important benefits of the Sure Defrost technology are that meats can be more efficiently defrosted without cooking the edges, or leaving a frozen section in the middle.
This quick and effective defrosting device allows better planning of quantity and portions of food to be defrosted, therefore controlling waste.
Because the defrosting energy was supplied by condensing cool refrigerant vapor inside the evaporator tubes, it defrosted the coil faster than did the conventional resistance heating element.
A THIEF tried to steal a car as its owner defrosted it.
With some products, a manufacturer might decide that the food will be of a better quality if it is defrosted before cooking.
The hit-and-run smash began with the theft of a Y-registered yellow Fiat Punto which was being defrosted on Pyenot Gardens in Cleckheaton at 8.
Turkeys wrapped in leak-proof plastic can be defrosted much quicker in cold water, but the water should be changed every hour or two.
The sauce is easily defrosted in a few minutes, either using a microwave and then heating to piping hot, or alternatively in a bain-marie or a pan of boiling water.
The bungle was the second in a month, after Ryanair passengers had to wait for three-and- a-half hours while another plane's wings defrosted in the sun.
To defrost without cooking, break up ground beef, meat or chicken pieces or fish fillets after one-third of the defrosting time and remove defrosted portions for faster results.