from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A pan or hot-water bath in which pans of dough are placed to rise under the influence of a gentle heat from the bath. The pans are placed on perforated shelves above the water and covered with cloths. Also called dough-trough.


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  • T.e Harvard College Global Health Review and the Harvard College Global Health and AIDS Coalition will be holding a "dough-raiser" at Uno Chicago Grill this Friday evening, according to the Review's Co-Editor-In-Chief, Michael T. Henderson '11.

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