soda cracker


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soda cracker

n.
A thin, usually square cracker leavened slightly with baking soda. Also called soda biscuit.
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so′da crack`er


n.
a thin, crisp cracker made with a yeast dough containing baking soda.
[1820–30]
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Noun1.soda cracker - unsweetened cracker leavened slightly with soda and cream of tartar
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And I got out to warm by the great stove and get a soda cracker. Just one soda cracker, but a fabulous luxury.
Lily (left), 11, Ohio: My name is plain like a soda cracker. Colleen would be unique and different from other names at school.
Joyce Marie's colorful phrases include such gems as "She looks like death on a soda cracker," referring to someone who hadn't been seen in a while and looked disheveled, as if the person had experienced hard times.
Thrifty cooks substituted the readily available and less expensive soda cracker for the apples in pies, keeping the syrup sweet and full of cinnamon, lemon and cream of tartar.
Face it, even when artfully posed on a soda cracker in a beautiful color photograph, cockroaches are disgusting.
Goforth called the technology a "laboratory on a chip." A blood or saliva sample, he said, could be taken in a doctor's office and set on the MHD fluidics chip, which is about the size of a soda cracker. Then the chip could be plugged into an analyzer the size of a laptop computer.
So the moon is as dry as a soda cracker? Not necessarily.
With notebook and pad paper, ballpen and a small camera (and rolls of Kodak film), and some soda crackers, I went to the Tan Son Nyut air base to look for a military plane to hitch a ride on to Tay Ninh before the Filipino contingent arrived.
My granddaughter Mona refers to it as my 'byankee.' She's fascinated with my survival travel kit-tissue paper, ballpoint pen, makeup stuff, nail clipper, nail file, hand lotion, alcohol, wet ones, Vicks rub and inhaler, bottled water and soda crackers. I carry a limited version around in my handbag-one never knows.
The OVP was able to give 700 food packs in Cavite that contain five kilos of rice, sanitary napkins, cereal drink, noodles, soda crackers, and canned goods through its flagship anti-poverty program Angat Buhay.
Soda crackers have always been a diet food of choice for those wanting to lose weight in a snap.