premade

premade

(priːˈmeɪd)
adj
made in advance
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He had a longtime fear of being poisoned, one reason why he liked to eat at McDonald's-nobody knew he was coming and the food was safely premade," Michael Wolff's book Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House stated.
com)-- Solomoto is pleased to announce its latest feature, a social media post library filled with relevant premade content that is ready to publish to multiple social networks simultaneously with the click of a button.
One reason why he liked to eat at McDonald's: Nobody knew he was coming and the food was safely premade," she read aloud.
It offers a line of solutions for packaging products into bags, bottles, boxes, premade pouches, cups, containers, trays and MAP systems, specializing in the food industry.
Create a batch of hot cocoa (you can use premade mixes) and freeze in a freezer-friendly container," she says.
Bradd Levitan, CEO of the premade sangria Beso Del Sol, believes the tide started to turn for the better with the launch in 2009 of Skinny Girl cocktails.
Although I know the opposable grip wins in competition, my real goal is to get small thumb assists premade into off-the-shelf service pistols, so ordinary folks can more easily defend themselves.
The first premade version of VersaPouch was made possible by Glenroy's proprietary premade-pouch converting technology.
The original box set came with three premade posters designed by graphic artist Marshall Henrichs and a Dada-esque instruction manual.
Ms Stansfield has also invested heavily in design for a number of premade ranges.
Sacco has spent over 20 years in the flexible packaging industry, working with barrier packages and modified atmosphere packaging machinery, including premade bags, rollstock laminates, one-way valves, manual packaging equipment, and vertical and horizontal form fill and seal.
The base "If you don't want to use a premade mix, make your own by roasting and blending different types of tomatoes, such as tomatillos, heirlooms, Romas, etc.