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  • s  uneven by virtue of having wrinkles or waves

  • For about a month I was a spare, sinewy frontiersman in fringed buckskin, with crinkly little lines about the eyes and a slow laconic drawl.
  • At first, the grains of rice that Ingo Potrykus sifted through his fingers did not seem at all special, but that was because they were still encased in their dark, crinkly husks.
  • Yet last week all Japan honored a short, stocky, crinkly-faced old man who had rolled up his kimono sleeves, seized a blunt spade and vigorously shoveled into a fiery furnace .
News & Articles

  • Adam Platt on Shake Shack’s New, ‘Fresh’ Fries
    Are the new ones really better? Unlike many of my respected, French-fry-obsessed colleagues , I’ve always been partial to the original, fat, crinkle-cut (and yes, scandalously frozen) fries served at my neighborhood Shake Shack, up on 23rd Street. I like the heft and size of the fry and the way the stubby, crinkly cut shape visually complements the densely compact shape of the Shack Burger ...
    Aug. 8, 2013 - New York Magazine
Quotes

  • Penn Jillette in Boston Globe (registration)
    This isn't a Tom Clancy book or something in the `Left Behind' series,says Jillette. "I'll be happy if people say it's a pretty good book by some [expletive] Vegas magician that's just fine on the shelf with those weird, crinkly olives."

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