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verb

roll

1. n. a bankroll; lots of money. I earned a roll off that last deal.
2. tv. to rob a drunkard. Those punks can’t get much money by rolling drunks.
3. n. a sustained period of luck or productivity. (see also on a roll.) The fantastic roll that this performer is on is truly exciting.
4. in. to leave, perhaps in a car. I can’t wait around any longer. Let’s roll.
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Ron's roll has tuna and salmon with the scallops and spicy mayo.
Individuals maintaining IRAs that were not part of a rollover contribution transaction within the past year may distribute and roll over assets from these IRAs without violating the one-year restriction.
Just before serving (or up to an hour before serving), lay out a spring roll wrapper on the diagonal with one corner pointing toward you.
The length of the roll or width of the corrugator is referred to as the "run".
Then, all the operator has to do is to place the extruded strip at the start point on the roll and to start the covering process.
The Rolling Stones are the greatest rock 'n' roll band ever because they've done it all.
Supercalendering has still been performed in a separate operation because the filled roll covers on supercalenders cannot stand the abuse that they would receive if located before the reel of the paper machine.
If, perchance, you want a designer roll that's not listed, don't worry, Miyako's chefs will make it as long as they have the ingredients on hand.
The specific profile selected is based on the range of rubber compound hardness, type of center compensation such as cross-axis or roll bending, and roll width.
50), materializes as a chubby, deep-fried tuna roll, boosted with smelt eggs, that arrives cut into at least six pieces, filling a large, round platter.
The roll rotation pulls the banked compound in the preform die past the final die to produce the desired shape;
NYSE: XRM), a leading global manufacturer of clothing and roll covers used primarily in the paper production process, today announced the acquisition of privately-held Coldwater Covers, Inc.
It is often impossible to measure the slight gauge variation that can build up over thousands of layers to produce a bump in the roll diameter.