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A grilled steak served cut diagonally in thin slices.
- ‘The best choices include flank steak, London broil, eye of the round, and extra-lean ground beef.’
- ‘She often made dinner at home, but it was less-than-healthy dishes, like London broil with mashed potatoes.’
- ‘You'll also find skirt steak labeled Philadelphia steak or London broil.’
We take a look at several popular, though confusing, punctuation marks.
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