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pan·ful

 (păn′fo͝ol′)
n.
The amount that a pan can hold.

panful

(pænfʊl)
n
another name for pan12
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Marilla was out in the orchard picking a panful of summer apples when she saw Mr.
At any rate, it was a strange, three-legged thing, which supported a great panful of charcoal ashes at the top.
Polly thought it was n't fair; but Maud clamored for her candy, and finding she could do nothing to appease Fan, Polly devoted her mind to her cookery till the nuts were safely in, and a nice panful set in the yard to cool.
He moved down the stream a few steps and took a second panful of dirt.
Leading the trade on the day and highlighting the obvious benefits of a targeted approach to marketing native breed types on one day each month was a super panful of forward Angus cross steers; all by registered pedigree sires and bred from big framed home-bred Sim-Luing mothers consigned by local breeder and noted authority on such native breed cross breeding genetics Mr Geoff Roddam, Blackcarts, Hexham.
To estimate the effect of storage time in the characteristics of the 'Dulce de leche' with coffee and whey the randomized block design with one treatment and three blocks was used Each block consisted of one panful of 'Dulce de leche'.
In every place we stopped I scooped a panful of dirt from the riverbank and washed the material in an eddy until I had only fine black sand.
Add the remaining lard and gently sizzle the sesame seeds, coriander seeds, cloves, black pepper, fennel seeds and cinnamon, then tip the whole panful into the simmering chilis.