Prepositions after "melt"

"melt in" or "melt into"?

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In 37% of cases melt in is used

A few even melts in your hands.

Melt in your mouth deliciousness.

Melt in the mouth, a carnivores dream.

Pork was melt in your mouth fatty, sauce added the right amount of saltiness to the dish.

It floods, often disastrously, between April and August, when the snow melts in the mountains.

The Sage melted in the mouth but gave the ham a nice kick, the jelly dissolved into honey goodness.

Specialized chefs have developed the idea that the skin of the duck should be so soft and crispy that it melts in the mouth.

Ice melting in place, again controlling for wind, current, and increased re-radiation of infrared also takes a very, very long time.

Who doesn't enjoy a small cookies while chitchatting? Chocolate Walnut Candy Box These buttery cookies are so soft, just melt in your mouth.

In 18% of cases melt into is used

I simply invites a kind of melting into the heart.

He makes teenage girls melt into a puddle with a look.

All that is solid melts into air, all that is holy is profaned.

In this case, loads of butter melted into the saucepan to give the broth its golden glow.

Already there are signs that a good number of diehard jihads have melted into the general population.

Time melts into time? people come and they feel like this is the one place on earth where nothing changes.

The adverts are interesting as anthropology, but have an impressive way of melting into near abstraction underneath the paint.

The government have no real handle on the game and have let it melt into an uncontrolled money laundering haven for betting rings and greed.

The voices melted into the twilight, and were mixed into the trees, and when I thought of the words they too melted away, and were mixed with the generations of men.

If you come to France, you accept to melt into a single community, which is the national community, and if you do not want to accept that, you can not be welcome in France.

In 9% of cases melt on is used

On his watch, plants died, pipes leaked and spatulas were left to melt on the hotplate.

Did you iron them between 2 pieces so that the wax melted on the leaf? Maybe wax paper has less wax than before.

The bonito had a pleasant smoky fragant, and it was so smooth-textured that it seemed like the bonito melted on my tongue.

The snows had hardly melted on the St Bernard Pass when Napoleon crossed over into Lombardy quickly taking Milan and Pavia.

So soft and translucent it nearly melted on your tongue, releasing an explosion of the most intense ham flavour I have ever experienced.

The sweetness of a fig and sugar complimented the creamy, unctuous foie gras that melted on your tongue, while the fig provided a little more bite.

Freeze dried pineapple suspended between two sheets of pineapple ' glass ' that seemed to shatter than melt when you bit into it, then melt on your tongue.

Do you think your eyes and face can stand that much heat? The bottom line is, before the contact lenses melt on your eyes, your face's skin might have burnt out.

If you really want to know how good the quality of your olive oil is, they try it all by itself, allowing it to warm in your hands and gently melt on your tongue.

Okay Course 9: Vanilla Chips A bowl of see through ' chips ', that again melt on your mouth, very very similar to listerine pocketpaks, but with a vanilla flavor.

In 8% of cases melt at is used

And my heart melts at the thought of him taking public transport.

Steel melts at approximately 1,500 degrees C (or approximately 2,700 degrees F).

Melt at Melt's selections! Melt - The World Cafe, brings a fine dining touch to the buffetarian's buffet experience.

The polar ice caps are melting at an unprecedented rate that will bring about a dangerous rise of the ocean water levels.

When I see how men and women melt at the sight of Jennifer Hawkins, I do sometimes wonder if we're biologically programmed to like blonde hair and honeyed skin.

In 4% of cases melt through is used

This can only be done if you have some quality melt through your navigation.

He believes the reactor core has MELTED through the bottom of the pressure vessel and at least some of it is down on the concrete floor beneath.

The Guardian newspaper quotes him as saying he believes the reactor core has melted through the bottom of the pressure vessel and at least some of it is down on the concrete floor beneath.

In 4% of cases melt like is used

In August, glaciers are melting like crazy, the river is full of water and the falls produce a rain of mist.

I watch people put Osho down and I smile remembering how I watched the toughest of egos melt like butter in his hands.

In 4% of cases melt from is used

Ice cream does melt from the outside in.

There is more at work than just melting from the sun's rays.

In 3% of cases melt with is used

Mince 1 teaspoon of the roasted garlic and melt with the butter in a small saucepan.

In 2% of cases melt by is used

The salt is melted by the heat and retains energy into the night so it can drive steam turbines even in darkness.

There was a slab of butter on the lamb that already melted by the time the photo was taken, that added a richness to the already unctuous lamb.

When winter comes, this thicker body of ice will consolidate and freeze together, and some of that ice that was exposed to melting will now be protected from melting by more depth.

In 1% of cases melt above is used

At this moment, I just want to grab that stick and chew on the meat until in melts above my taste buds.

In 1% of cases melt under is used

Then you slice it, put a nice big dollop of butter on it and let it gently melt under the broiler.

The pressure of the situation began melting under the assault of the gin, and Max became a real person.

In 1% of cases melt near is used

This is the normal creamy texture of milk fat which melts near body temperature and not excess mucus.

In 1% of cases melt between is used

It typically does not snow very much, only a few inches (10 cm) at a time, and the snow usually gets a chance to melt between storms.

In 1% of cases melt before is used

It will melt before bread starts to burn.

They then present a graph of all the different projections - none of them shows it melting before the year 2070 on a regular basis in the summer.

In 1% of cases melt after is used

But they will melt after a while.

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