biscuit

Fired but unglased ceramics. Biscuit procelain has a crisp, dry appearance that was used for statuettes and reproductions of Classical sculptures, initially by SEVRES from 1753, and later by DERBY and porcelain factories throughout Europe. Biscuit-firing is the term for the first firing prior to glazing. See BISQUE and PARIAN.

Biscuit

[game] Biscuit (also referred to as Bizkit or Biskit) is a drinking game played with two dice. ==Rules== === Steps of play === Each player rolls the dice one time. The first person who makes a `7` (4+3 / 5+2 / 6+1 ) becomes the biscuit. === Roll results === Everyone take a drink Roller has to invent a rule which will be applied for the rest...
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Biscuit

[bread] A biscuit t in the United States and parts of Canada, and widely used in popular American English, is a small bread with a firm browned crust and a soft interior. They are made with baking powder or baking soda as a chemical leavening agent rather than yeast. They are similar to British scones or the bannock from the Shetland Isles....
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biscuit

[n] - small round bread leavened with baking-powder or soda
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Biscuit

Bis'cuit noun [ French biscuit (cf. Italian biscotto , Spanish bizcocho , Portuguese biscouto ), from Latin bis twice + coctus , past participle of coquere to cook, bake. See Cook , and confer Bisque a kind of porcelain.] 1. A ...
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biscuit

1. A kind of unraised bread, of many varieties, plain, sweet, or fancy, formed into flat cakes, and bakes hard; as, ship biscuit. 'According to military practice, the bread or biscuit of the Romans was twice prepared in the oven.' (Gibbon) ... 2. A small loaf or cake of bread, raised and shortened, or made light with soda or baking powder. Usually ...
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biscuit

noun small round bread leavened with baking-powder or soda
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Biscuit

• (n.) Earthen ware or porcelain which has undergone the first baking, before it is subjected to the glazing. • (n.) A kind of unraised bread, of many varieties, plain, sweet, or fancy, formed into flat cakes, and bakes hard; as, ship biscuit. • (n.) A species of white, unglazed porcelain, in which vases, figures, and groups are form...
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biscuit

(from the article `pottery`) Earthenware, stoneware, and porcelain are all found in unglazed as well as glazed forms. Wares fired without a glaze are called biscuit. Early ...
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biscuit

in the United States, a small quick bread usually made from flour, salt, butter or vegetable shortening, and with baking powder as a leavening ... [1 related articles]
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Biscuit

Biscuit is slang for a gramophone record.
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biscuit

small slab of plastic material for use in the compression moulding of disks
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Biscuit

Biscuit is slang for a gramophone record.
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Biscuit

In pottery, biscuit is a term applied to porcelain and other earthenware after the first firing and before glazing. At this stage it is porous and used for wine-coolers, etc.
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Biscuit

A biscuit is a crisp, flat cake, consisting of flour, sugar, fat and flavouring materials and belonging to the unfermented bread class of foods. Only a small amount of moisture (if ant) is present in a biscuit thus making them a concentrated food. Originally biscuits were peculiar to England and Scotland, and were a small, thin form of bread twice-...
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biscuit

Type: Term Pronunciation: bis′kit Definitions: 1. A term associated with the firing of porcelain, and applied to the fired article before glazing. May be any stage after the fluxes have flowed enough to provide rigidity to the structure up to the stage where shrinkage is complete. Referred to as low, medium or high biscuit, depending on the c...
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Biscuit

Usually used to describe Pekingese and Samoyeds, this color is a combination of light gray, yellow, and brown hues with medium brilliance and saturation (perhaps a gray-yellow). Color definitions may vary by breed. Always check the breed standard for the definitive color description.
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biscuit

Fired but unglazed ceramics. Biscuit procelain has a crisp, dry appearance that was used for statuettes and reproductions of Classical sculptures, initially by sevres from 1753, and later by derby and porcelain factories throughout Europe. Biscuit-firing is the term for the first firing prior to glazing.
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BISCUIT

Cookie. Cracker, as in, "BISCUITS and cheese". Other types of BISCUITS include BATH OLIVERS, WATER BISCUITS, BOURBONS and DIGESTIVES.
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Biscuit

[disambiguation] Biscuit is a small baked product; the exact meaning varies markedly in different parts of the world. Biscuit, The Biscuit or Biscuits may also refer to: ==Food== ==Entertainment== ===Music=== ==Other== ...
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Biscuit

Biscuit t is a term used for a variety of baked, commonly flour-based food products. The term is applied to two distinct products in North America and the Commonwealth of Nations and Europe. For a list of varieties, see the list of biscuits and cookies. ==Variations in meaning== ==Etymology== The modern-day confusion in the English language around...
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biscuit

bakers would make biscuit for long voyages on ships
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Biscuit

Usually used to describe Pekingese and Samoyeds, this color is a combination of light gray, yellow, and brown hues with medium brilliance and saturation (perhaps a gray-yellow). Color definitions may vary by breed. Always check the breed standard for the definitive color description.
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Biscuit

The puck.
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Biscuit

cookie.
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