crème

(from the article `candy`) Fondant, the basis of most chocolate-covered and crystallized crèmes (which themselves are sometimes called `fondants`), is made by mechanically ...
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creme

(krehm) - It is the French word for "cream." (1) It refers to a puree of vegetables. (2) Refers to custard like (such as caramel custard) pudding. (3) It also is the cream-like foam on top of a well-made espresso. (4) A term used to distinguish those liqueurs, usually French that have an unusual amount of sweetness.
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Creme

• (n.) Cream; -- a term used esp. in cookery, names of liqueurs, etc.
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Creme

[magazine] Creme is monthly New Zealand magazine for girls aged 10 - 18. Creme is part of the APN Specialist Publications NZ Limited. == Content == ...
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Crême

Crême noun [ French] Cream; - - a term used esp. in cookery, names of liqueurs, etc.
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Creme

A cordial with a very high sugar content. Its cream-like consistency gives it its prefix. It comes in the following combinations:
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CREME

Commission Régionale d'Évaluation Médicale des Établissements
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Crème

cream.
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