fortune cookie


  • WordNet 3.6
    • n fortune cookie thin folded wafer containing a maxim on a slip of paper
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In news:

In 1918, Charles Jung developed the fortune cookie …in America.
Sooners' Woods completes chemotherapy treatment, just like fortune cookie predicted.
Fortune Cookie Soap in Jenks celebrates new store.
Dale's Daily Data: Fortune Cookie .
Sometimes the best part of eating at a Chinese restaurant is the fortune cookie .
Apparently, there have been budget cuts in the fortune writing department at the fortune cookie factory.
First of all, I don't know about you, but I get disappointed when the fortune in a fortune cookie is a statement instead of a fortune.
It's not a statement cookie or a sentence cookie — it's a fortune cookie .
Lee writes early in The Fortune Cookie Chronicles.
Sometimes the best part of eating at a Chinese restaurant is the fortune cookie.
Between Ping-Pong, McDonald's, and fortune cookies, the United States and China have a rich history of cultural exchange.
Do the fortune cookies contain really general advice, or do they tell you useful stuff.
Enter a world of ambitious high school seniors, college admissions, and the great wit of the anonymous Miss Fortune Cookie.
Fortune from a fortune cookie.
With all that going on, they seemed to have mastered the juggling act, which recently included opening up a storefront in Jenks for their online business, Fortune Cookie Soaps.

In science:

Fortune cookie, received by the author after writing most of this manuscript.
Single barium ion spectroscopy: light shifts, hyperfine structure, and progress on an optical frequency standard and atomic parity violation