premade

premade

(priːˈmeɪd)
adj
made in advance
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To get away from the ho-hum horizontal, buy premade metal trellises or arbors from companies such as TerraTrellis (terratrellis.com) to set in the ground.
According to Haroon Hayat, who runs a brass item shop in Lahore's Rang Mahal, they sometimes purchase premade simple brass utensils and other items for refurbishment.
Various widths of premade bias tape are sold in packages and can be a huge time-saver.
For the days you don't have time for a pot to simmer hours on the stove, premade soups come to the rescue.
application, this one as a premade pouch pack for a start-up condiment line aimed at the Ketogenic diet crowd.
This includes any form of romaine including premade salad mixes that include the lettuce variety as well as thoroughly washing the container the lettuce was stored in.
While these are not MGP's fault--it's just a business that sells premade spirits--that has not stopped some consumers from criticizing the company.
Conor, Belfast The easiest way is to fit a premade loft ladder.
Applications include bags, bottles, boxes, premade pouches, cups, containers, trays and modified-atmosphere packaging.
They're turning to premade, no-preservatives-added guacamole to spice up chips, tacos, vegetables, salads and more.
"Juliet starts with her hair in a high ponytail, but we also have braids with golden ribbon that are premade with fake hair to match the girls'," says Most.