top round

  1. roast cut from the round; usually suitable for roasting
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  • They launched ‘Revuedeville’ - a nonstop round of showgirls, variety acts and comedians - and when other theatres copied them she hit on the idea of nudity.
  • The theory is that the top round only needs to be lubed, and that going in and out of the chamber it will leave enough lubricant for the rest of the cartridges in the magazine's stack.
  • Merely tapping the magazine from the bottom seats it in the second detent, allowing the bolt to engage the top round.
  • Nutrient composition data are available for four lean cuts of bison: rib-eye, clod, top round and top sirloin.
  • US Airways operates non-stop round-trip flights from Philadelphia every Saturday, Sunday and Tuesday.
  • Some absolutely promiscuous butchers label various cuts of meat London broil, including flank steak, sirloin tip, top round, etc. The Big Apple
  • You'll certainly need a consolidator if you want to book a multi-stop round-the-world fare. Times, Sunday Times
  • Inserting the next magazine, I was confounded when the bolt merely slid over the top round.
  • When buying veal for scaloppine, look for a nicely trimmed piece of top round, then slice it yourself across the grain to ensure the scaloppine will be the most tender. How To Cook Italian
  • Thick top-round cuts are often called butterball steak or London broil, whereas thin cuts are referred to simply as top round steak. Breaking News: CBS News
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