"Originals are being run in batches of 12 [episodes] with a gap," explained Lee.
Sear the pork on both sides and on the fat edge, working in batches if the chops don't all fit in the pan at the same time.
Tip: It's quicker to fry up two batches at a time in two frying pans.
Once combined, add in the flour in batches, mixing the dough in between.
Aside from a limited number of previously released emails, neither of the batches has been released to the public.
The people were admitted to the Hall in batches of 400 or 500 at a time, and as there was no confusion there was no waste of time.
Make the batches middling thick, enough so that it will not drizzle from the wire.
Even so the cells of the castle were crammed with prisoners, mainly Scots, who were borne to death in batches.
One gang by day labor mixed and placed 168 batches of 0.7 cu.
It took some time running the whole company through in batches of forty, so we had a brief look around that part of the town.
Old English *bæcce "something baked," from bacan "bake" (see bake (v.)). Batch is to bake as watch (n.) is to wake and match (n.2) "one of a pair" is to make. Extended 1713 to "any quantity produced at one operation."