Detach the greens from the turnips; wash the greens and spin-dry. From Wordnik.com. [Groundwork: The sweet, maligned turnip] Reference
Simply wash and spin-dry parsley sprigs before storing in plastic freezer bags. From Wordnik.com. [THE ARROWS COOKBOOK] Reference
Her hair was plastered to her skull, there were lines of mascara running down her cheeks, and the bright shapeless red ... thing she was wearing looked like it had come straight out of a washer's spin-dry cycle. From Wordnik.com. [Sully's Kids]
And part of the problem is these spin-dry cycles that are purported to be rehabs, that send you in and out in a few days, and coddle to you, and, you know, give you cell phones when you need them, the bottom line is -- here ` s the deal. From Wordnik.com. [CNN Transcript Jul 26, 2007] Reference
She momentarily leaves them in the shower to go spin-dry their suits. From Wordnik.com. [Hank & Willie] Reference
It's much more effective to spin-dry a few small batches than one or two large ones. From Wordnik.com. [Planet RMFO Blog] Reference
And later when we had a spin-dry washer, she did the same thing-trying to stop the washer when it was spinning. From Wordnik.com. [Fort Frances Times Online -] Reference
As soon as the president left the podium Wednesday night, we started shifting into our familiar spin-dry post-tragedy cycle of the modern era - speedy "closure," followed by a return to business as usual, followed by national amnesia. From Wordnik.com. [NYT > Home Page] Reference
Wash and spin-dry tomatoes. From Wordnik.com. [Kids Cuisine] Reference
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