(redirected from drumstick)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
See: repeat
References in periodicals archive ?
Open and pour the contents of the bag into the baking dish, arranging the drumsticks in a single layer.
Although, Trump officially pardoned two turkeys, Twitterati chose Drumstick, rather than Wishbone, to be the official National Turkey.
I'm pleased to report that, unlike millions of other turkeys at this time of the year, Drumstick has a very, very bright future ahead of him," Trump said.
One hundred well-stained neutrophils were double-blindly studied in the tail-end of the smears and classified into four groups based on Kosenow's formula: Drumstick as Form A, sessile nodule as Form B, and different types of nuclear projections such as small club, hook, and tags as Form C.
Carrot sticks and dips are also popular choices, as well as sandwiches, wraps and chicken balls or drumsticks.
The Lattjo drumstick set includes two solid birch drumsticks, two brushes and two mallet-type drumsticks with black rubber balls on the ends.
NEW YORK (AFP) - Vic Firth, who revolutionized drumsticks and became a household name for generations of percussionists after growing fed up with lackluster quality, has died, his company announced Monday.
Programs which encourage villagers in Sub-Saharan Africa (and other parts of the world where the climate is suitable and nutrition problematic) to grow Drumstick trees deserve support.
Confirmation of the inactive X chromosome in the drumstick and the Y chromosome in the drumstick-like chromosome has been provided by fluorescence in situ hybridization (2), (13), (14).
Sajjan phalli ke phool ke pakode (Fritters made from drumstick flowers)
Bone-in skin-on chicken drumsticks were used as a model system for the dark chicken meat samples.
3 pearl onions, 2 candied yams, and a turkey drumstick soaked in gravy