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hamburgers

n. shares in the McDonald’s corporation. (Securities markets. New York Stock Exchange jargon.) I want 400 shares of hamburgers.
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Carefully place the hamburgers onto the bottom halves of the buns and bring the two halves together.
As of August 2015, there are over 49,000 hamburger restaurants in the United States.
And that's how I came to have a hamburger with Aram Khachaturian, the renowned Armenian composer.
manufacturer of frozen hamburgers, said this was its first recall in its 65-year history.
We report a sporadic HUS case linked to the consumption of home-prepared hamburger contaminated with E.
When asked if they would be willing to pay more for a hamburger that has been processed with technology to ensure safety, 50.
But officials in the city- the original home of the ground beef hamburger steak - were unmoved.
Political ecologists maintain that the hamburger thesis placed too much emphasis on foreign market pressures as the cause of environmental degradation and vastly underestimated the more important role played by the regressive social structure of Latin American countries.
I mean, if someone says to me, give up eating hamburgers or give up your dog, I say, it's been nice knowing you, Rover.
Nine runners-up will receive free Wendy's hamburgers for a year.
1 -- 2) Reveling in decades of chili-cheeseburger history, Richard Carranza of Santa Fe Springs wolfs down one of four burgers he bought from the first Original Tommy's World Famous Hamburgers in Los Angeles on Monday, the shack's 60th anniversary.
We needed customer feedback to help determine if selling irradiated hamburgers would be a viable and widely-accepted long-term plan for our company and franchisees.
Using deliberately tainted meat, Juneja made hamburgers and fried them in a skillet until the patties reached an internal temperature of 68 [degrees] C (155 [degrees] F), which took roughly 8 minutes.
Favorable sales of half-priced hamburgers boosted earnings of McDonald's Co.
Hamburgers and cheeseburgers account for more than 76 percent of the beef sold in restaurants; steak for just five percent.