(of a pilot) Cause (an aircraft) to make such a landing
he pancaked it in about twenty meters
Flatten or become flattened
the hotel had pancaked into a heap of concrete
A thin, flat cake of batter, usually fried and turned in a pan. Pancakes are usually eaten with syrup or rolled up with a filling
Makeup consisting of a flat solid layer of compressed powder, widely used in the theater
a flat cake of thin batter fried on both sides on a griddle
A pancake is a thin, flat cake prepared from a batter and cooked on a hot griddle or frying pan. Most pancakes are quick breads; some use a yeast-raised or fermented batter. Most pancakes are cooked one side on a griddle and flipped partway through to cook the other side. ...
The pancake motor, as used in slot cars, is a type of electric motor, which has a flat commutator and vertical shaft. It was a feature of the highly successful Aurora HO slot cars of the 1960s and 1970s. ...
Pancake is a surname, and may refer to many people: * Ann Pancake, a writer and essayist from the U.S. state of West Virginia
(Pancakes!) Pancakes! is a YouTube video produced by James Provan, a YouTube user under the name "GiR2007". It was put on YouTube on August 13, 2007. ...
(The Pancakes) The Pancakes is a Hong Kong based, award winning one-girl band consisting of independent singer-songwriter Dejay Choi. The music of the Pancakes is characterised by Dejay's very innocent, almost child-like voice with bright and catchy melodies. ...
A thin batter cake fried in a pan or on a griddle in oil or butter; A kind of makeup, consisting of a thick layer of a compressed powder; To make a pancake landing; To collapse one floor after another
(Pancakes) Thin, flat batter cakes made by shallow fried on both sides. Also known as crêpes.
(Pancakes) If the players jump on top of this, they are stuck by pancake syrup and they are slowed. Jumping or running will eventually get rid of the syrup.
(Pancakes) a popular cake throughout the world that comes in many forms. Can be thin (crepe) to thick (American) and either sweet or savory. The batter is poured in rounds onto a hot griddle or frying pan and cooked on both sides. Can be eaten flat or rolled with a filling. ...
(Pancakes) the Russian word ("bliny") refers to a yeast-batter, savory pancake usually eaten with fish-and-sour cream toppings, which take many hours to prepare, from the mixing and rising of the batter, to the frying in frying pans. ...
To dream of eating pancakes, denotes that you will have excellent success in all enterprises undertaken at this time. To cook them, denotes that you will be economical and thrifty in your home.
An overhand shot thrown with considerably less power, resulting in a 90 degree rotation from vertical. The disc generally lands face down.
A type of block in which a player hits another player with enough force to knock him down, with the blocked player usually landing flat on his back.
A one-handed defensive technique where the hand is extended and the palm is slid along the floor as the player dives or extension rolls, and timed so that the ball bounces off the back of the hand.
The addition of multiple transmission charges ("pancaking") to the cost of power as it passes through many control areas.
a particularly hard block that leaves the blocked player lying flat on the field. This statistic is not recorded in NFL, but in NFL computer games, they are the statistics used to determine who is a good blocker.
A round cover that is sewn to the Reinforcement Square to cover the opening.
Early alternating current motors were large in diameter, and relatively flat. These have come to be knows as pancakes. This term also describes GE fans made from 1884 until 1908.
A catch made by clapping the disc between your hands. Typically more reliable than the lobster-claw method, because if you clap too late there's still a chance you can catch the disc as it bounces off your chest.
is a large female Popple with purple fur, orange hair, and contrasting blue and gray ears
Basic make-up item, available in a range of shades, used the world over.
(1) (2h)[B], DHPO down, NDHPO up, FOs away, DH hops up in the air, flips and lands in "pan". For a QuickTime movie of this sign, see ASL browser - pancake. (2) (2h)[B], POs up, FOs away, DH slides back of hand down the palm of NDH, then flips back so that palms clap together.
To land an aircraft, formally meaning a crash landing, but used now to refer to any landing at all
When a bad player steps on the hand of another bad player who is already on the floor trying to get a ball that was unreachable.