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    Re: questions

    Quote Originally Posted by greenhand
    with a biscuit which ( ) the boot of his car .
    a. took complete possession of
    b. took up all the the space in
    c. completely covered
    d. on the whole filled

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    someone asked why (d) is not the right answer?

    tks
    It's a good question! After all, "filled" (It should be "on the whole, filled") and "took up all the space in" mean the same thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tdol
    I dread to think what you call a 'biscuit'. Is it a 'Sharp Pressed American Biscuit'?
    We call a bisuit a biscuit and a cookie a cookie. Amazing stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeNewYork
    Quote Originally Posted by tdol
    I dread to think what you call a 'biscuit'. Is it a 'Sharp Pressed American Biscuit'?
    We call a bisuit a biscuit and a cookie a cookie. Amazing stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeNewYork
    Quote Originally Posted by tdol
    I dread to think what you call a 'biscuit'. Is it a 'Sharp Pressed American Biscuit'?
    We call a bisuit a biscuit and a cookie a cookie. Amazing stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Susie Smith
    Quote Originally Posted by MikeNewYork
    Quote Originally Posted by tdol
    I dread to think what you call a 'biscuit'. Is it a 'Sharp Pressed American Biscuit'?
    We call a bisuit a biscuit and a cookie a cookie. Amazing stuff.
    :wink: 8) :wink: 8)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Susie Smith
    Quote Originally Posted by MikeNewYork
    Quote Originally Posted by tdol
    I dread to think what you call a 'biscuit'. Is it a 'Sharp Pressed American Biscuit'?
    We call a bisuit a biscuit and a cookie a cookie. Amazing stuff.
    :wink: 8) :wink: 8)

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    #17
    OK, so what exactly is a 'biscuit' American styleee.

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    #18
    OK, so what exactly is a 'biscuit' American styleee.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tdol
    OK, so what exactly is a 'biscuit' American styleee.
    Webster says it's a small, soft, raised bread usually leavened with baking powder or soda. I'd say biscuits belong to the quick bread family. Quick breads are those made with a leavening agent, as baking powder or soda, that permits immediate baking. Usually there is no sugar in the recipe, although they can be topped with marmelade, etc.; and they are served hot.

    :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by tdol
    OK, so what exactly is a 'biscuit' American styleee.
    Webster says it's a small, soft, raised bread usually leavened with baking powder or soda. I'd say biscuits belong to the quick bread family. Quick breads are those made with a leavening agent, as baking powder or soda, that permits immediate baking. Usually there is no sugar in the recipe, although they can be topped with marmelade, etc.; and they are served hot.

    :)

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