four sheets

four sheets

verb
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He included plans for his "dream rabbitry" and a drawing for a more practical (less expensive) wooden rabbit shed that only requires seven 2 x 4's and four sheets of plywood.
But she did once stitch four sheets of foolscap between two covers to make a little book of sixteen pages.
Take four sheets of greaseproof paper and divide the spring onions and red pepper between them, putting them in the centre of the foil.
Dylan wrote the song, about a debutante cast from upper-class society who becomes a loner, in 1965 when he was 24 years old and it was immortalized in pencil on four sheets of stationery from the Roger Smith Hotel in Washington DC.
This simple punch is made from detectable plastic and works on up to four pages of paper by cutting, folding and inserting a tongue of paper through all four sheets to stitch them together.
In this case Australia, printed on four sheets of paper, which students pieced and taped together before cutting out.
Divide the cooked potatoes between the four sheets of paper or foil and season well, top each with a salmon fillet and transfer to 2 baking trays.
3tsp powdered gelatine or four sheets of gelatine ?
The book was an expanded edition of 130 pages dating from 1843 and included more than 75 flies and fly-tying specimens mounted with silver seals on four sheets of thick card.
Fold the corners back on the dotted lines, folding all four sheets at once like this:
Pre-heat oven to 180C / Gas 4 and divide beetroot between four sheets of baking parchment or kitchen foil.
Get your pitch idea down to three or four sheets of paper so people can understand the big idea.
One sheet is mildly drunk and four sheets is passed out.
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