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3 Evenly scatter the desiccated coconut and chocolate chips over the base, then pour the condensed milk evenly over the coconut and chocolate, and finally sprinkle with the chopped walnuts.
Once the florets are evenly browned, cover the pan and cook another 3 to 4 minutes.
PRINCETON, NJ -- A majority of Americans (58%) say money and wealth should be more evenly distributed among a larger percentage of the people, although slightly less than half (46%) go so far as to say that the government should redistribute wealth by "heavy taxes on the rich.
Divide batter evenly between prepared pans; smooth batter to edges.
That way, the driver stays safely stuck to the seat, and the restraining forces that stop the driver's body from whipping forward are spread evenly across his or her body.
It heats up speedily considering its size and also manages to cook evenly in both sides of the pot.
A continuous blending device called the SmartBlender is creating polymer blends with novel properties by folding the two melts together, rather than distributing one evenly throughout the other.
Evenly Divided and Increasingly Polarized, a study recently published by the liberal Pew Research Center for the People and the Press, is intended to assess "the public's political values" in this presidential election year.
There was a rare open seat in a rare swing district--one in which voters are evenly divided so that either a Democrat or a Republican could win--and her chances looked good.
The panels act like the sound board of a piano," says Andrew Williams, NXT's director of Marketing, "so sound disperses evenly across the panel, which eliminates the 'hot' and 'cold' sound spots cone speakers create in a vehicle interior.
The historic pickups in this year's election show, once again, an almost evenly divided electorate and underscore the need for Republicans to prove that they can be effective leaders in Washington.