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(1) James flicked a peanut at her.
(2) He started his career as a humble peanut farmer.
(3) The children had smeared peanut butter all over the sofa.
(4) I had two peanut butter and jelly sandwiches.
(5) We don't have peanut oil in our family.
(6) Add 2 tablespoons of peanut oil.
(7) You don't add the peanut butter until after you've stirred in the honey.
(8) Loved peanut butter and jam sandwiches.
(9) It's you who will get peanut butter over here.
(10) How about a peanut butter and noodle casserole?
(11) You have some peanut butter on your top lip.
(12) First fry the chicken in a little peanut oil.
(13) You have some peanut butter on your bottom lip.
(14) How can people eat peanut butter and jelly?
(15) She often thought of peanut butter.
(16) Chinese peanut oils are perfect for stir-frying.
(17) While still beating, gradually add confectioners' sugar and peanut butter.
(18) Supporters argue that the peanut program has been reformed under the Senate farm bill and the proposed House legislation.
(19) The peanut program allows only farmers with a federal quota to grow peanuts for the domestic market.
(20) The produce business is not like peanut butter where it takes time for the whole process to catch up with the product.
(21) She dipped her carrot into the peanut butter as she went to the door. Sentencedict.com
(22) The peanut and sugar programs add 33 cents to the price of a jar of peanut butter, according to Pasco.
(23) Heat the peanut oil in a wok and add the scallion-garlic mixture.
(24) The best alternative is peanut oil which is light but fairly full-flavoured.
(25) If I skipped the peanut butter on the celery, would I lose more weight?
(26) When cool, spread top, sides and between layers with peanut butter icing.
(27) Opponents charge that this system artificially inflates the cost of peanut products for consumers and provides a federal windfall for quota-holders.
(28) The son was looking directly ahead out of the window stuffing himself with bread and peanut butter and strawberry jam.
(29) While Peter Pan may not flit around offering free peanut butter, low-cost foreign peanut growers do offer us their crops.
(30) It might be dressed with salsa, marinated in soy sauce, stuffed with cheese or laced with peanut butter.
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