boilover

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boilover

(ˈbɔɪlˌəʊvə)
n
1. a surprising result in a sporting event, esp in a horse race
2. a sudden conflict
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Use an 8-cup glass Pyrex measuring cup-, large enough to avoid boilovers.
"Boilovers during the brewing process can hinder production in what is a very competitive industry.
Kitchen countertops take a daily beating from knives, hot pans and hostile boilovers, so it's critical to find a material that stands up to real life.
Whereas in early modern Europe, potentially risky Catholic reform attempts had been more or less contained by millenial Catholic traditions and the interests of Catholic princes, at the global Christian periphery the introduction of reformist missionaries would, like a poorly controlled experiment, catalyse corrosive boilovers and violent eruptions.
Hewitt's exit was described in the Telegraph as "one of the All England Club's most sensational boilovers" while the Sydney Morning Herald questioned where the defeat left his tennis career.
Hewitt's exit was described in the Telegraph as ``one of the All England Club's most sensational boilovers'' while the Sydney Morning Herald questioned where the defeat left his tennis career.
WearEver is also showcasing Allegro, which is round on the bottom and square on top for easy pouring, has two handles for easy carrying and includes a cover that contains boilovers. In addition, the new Elegante cookware features a patented Intellitemp Non Stick System.
Boilovers just meander over the slick glass surfaces.
As a result, Allegro is "round on the bottom and square on top to make it easy to pour from, has two handles to make it easy to carry and features a cover that contains boilovers and also serves as a strainer," explained Merten.