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Cake dessert plate cream food sweet cocoa

Cake dessert plate cream food sweet cocoa

Plate butter chocolate wafers dessert food

Plate butter chocolate wafers dessert food

Plate mug cake with nuts strawberry cup

Plate mug Cake with nuts strawberry Cup

Fantasy plate

Fantasy Plate

Mint sauce a plate of pancakes

Mint sauce a plate of pancakes

Fork plate knife meat tomatoes fennel

Fork plate knife Meat tomatoes fennel

A plate of fried chicken with vegetables

A plate of fried chicken with vegetables

Kebab on bed of lettuce

Kebab on bed of lettuce

Plate a cup of coffee

Plate a Cup of Coffee

Tomatoes,mushrooms,onions,pasta,peppers

Tomatoes,mushrooms,onions,pasta,peppers

Pancakes with strawberries and chocolate

Pancakes with strawberries and chocolate

Tea cups splash

Tea Cups Splash

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A flat dish, typically circular and made of china, from which food is eaten or served. A thin, flat sheet or strip of metal or other material, typically one used to join or strengthen things or forming part of a machine. A sheet of metal, plastic, or some other material bearing an image of type or illustrations from which multiple copies are printed. A thin piece of plastic molded to the shape of a person's mouth and gums, to which artificial teeth or another orthodontic appliance are attached. A thin piece of metal that acts as an electrode in a capacitor, battery, or cell. Cover (a metal object) with a thin coating or film of a different metal. Serve or arrange (food) on a plate or plates before a meal. Score (a run or runs); cause (someone) to score. Inoculate (cells or infective material) onto a culture plate, especially with the object of isolating a particular strain of microorganisms or estimating viable cell numbers.