wienie


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wienie

(ˈwiːnɪ)
n
(Cookery) informal US and Canadian an informal name for a wiener sausage
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wienie

[ˈwiːnɪ] N (US) (Culin, Culin) → salchicha f de Frankfurt
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He gets the money for the airplane ticket from an aging businessman known as the Wienie King, easily the most peculiar and sage-like character Sturges ever created.
The soup Nazi was a cranky soup vendor with lots of arbitrary rules, and Anderson has his own rules of engagement posted on a sign: End all cellphone talk at the counter, end all conversations with other diners when it's your turn, wait to order until ''the wienie behind the stand asks for it,'' and finally, step to the right ''and pay for this abuse.
A few years ago, while trying to find a place in the backyard to have a wienie roast, I put my mind to work and came up with a simple but workable plan for a cooker of my own.
Pour a few inches of gravel on the pit's floor for drainage and you're ready for your first wienie roast.
Have a wienie for Puccini" hot-dog barbecues abound, T-shirts are sold and the kids make Opera Oinkers, porker dolls dressed as opera characters that are sold in the lobby of Hamilton Place during Opera Hamilton performances.
Late that night, after the Saturday night activity that consisted of a variety show filled with comic thrusts at camp life put on by the senior boys in the camp theater/social hall, it was followed by a campfire in the quadrangle, a wienie roast, and Israeli songs and dances.
And in The Cupcake Project, 1999-2001, she delved into the semiparticipatory realm of internet voyeurism by posing as a pigtailed schoolgirl engaging in wienie roasts and Girl Scout romps for a potentially pervy users' group.