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barbeque

[bahr-bi-kyoo] /ˈbɑr bɪˌkyu/
noun, verb (used with object), verb (used without object), barbequed, barbequing.
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  • The one smell that signals summer around our house is the smoky goodness of barbeque.
  • The entire tray is first flame sterilized by covering it in ethanol and lighting it with a barbeque lighter.
  • Pictured is the first prototype of the outdoor barbeque grill.
  • Outside one of the main buildings, barbeque grills were set up next to picnic tables.
  • Large swimming pool and barbeque area for entertaining.
  • Not long ago, two of my roommates had a bunch of their friends over for a barbeque.
  • The chicken version is particularly enticing, with a smoky-barbeque complexity.
  • For example, the spokes might provide excellent barbeque skewers with only slight modification.

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