|NOUN || a potato masher | potato mashers |
NOUN article.ind sg | pl
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- Eddie explains that their potato masher is missing after being borrowed by a friend by the name of Harry "I'll Do Anything For Half A Pint" Grundy.
- That is why English, American and French soldiers are armed with German-style "potato masher" hand grenades rather than the Allied "pineapple" hand grenade, and why they carry a standard German gas mask canister.
- They had Chinese potato-masher hand grenades, American Tommy sub machine guns manufactured in China, Skoda rifles and a small Japanese mortar.
- The more effective of the two was the so-called "potato masher" "Stielhandgranate", which were stick grenades.
- She prepares the piano with everyday objects, such as cutlery, razors, or a potato masher.
- The cooked carrots then can be mashed in a food processor or by hand with a potato masher.
- The potato masher consists of an upright or sideways handle connected to a mashing head.
- The ground segment includes an array of two crossed Yagi antennas for the 434-438 MHz band and a simple Yagi Uda and potato masher antenna for the 144–148 MHz range.
- During World War I the Germans were the first to come up with an improvised anti-tank grenade by taking their regular "potato masher" stick grenade and taping two or three more high explosive heads to create one larger grenade.
- Founded in Australian Capital Canberra in 2003, Dreamfarm's range includes innovative kitchenwares and homewares, with potato masher Smood the best-selling product.
- In 1915 Germany developed the much more effective "Stielhandgranate", nicknamed "potato masher" for its shape, whose variants remained in use for decades; it used a timed fuse system similar to the Mills bomb.
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