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# Who sang Fill Cup Lord?

## Answer

###### Wiki User

###### November 19, 2007 7:52PM

Donald Malloy-performer Fill My Cup is a solid collection of moving, inspirational CCM and contemporary gospel cuts from the likes of Donald Malloy, http://www.answers.com/topic/vickie-winans-1, http://www.answers.com/topic/beau-williams, http://www.answers.com/topic/daryl-coley, http://www.answers.com/topic/allen-allen and Calvin Bernard Rhone.

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### If you have 3-cup container and a 5-cup container how can you measure exactly 1 cup?

1. Fill the 3 cup, and dump it into the 5 cup.
2. Fill the 3 cup, and dump it into the 5 cup.
3. Whatever cannot fit into the 5 cup is equal to 1 cup (3 + 3 -
5 = 1) 1. Fill the 3 cup, and dump it into the 5 cup.
2. Fill the 3 cup, and dump it into the 5 cup.
3. Whatever cannot fit into the 5 cup is equal to 1 cup (3 + 3 -
5 = 1) 1. Fill the 3 cup, and dump it into the 5 cup.
2. Fill the 3 cup, and dump it into the 5 cup.
3. Whatever cannot fit into the 5 cup is equal to 1 cup (3 + 3 -
5 = 1)

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### How can you get exactly four cups in a 5 cup jar with a 5 cup jar and a 3 cup jar?

Fill up 3 cup jar and pour into the 5 cup jar. Fill the 3 cup
jar once more. Pour from the 3 cup jar in order to fill up the 5
cup jar. There will be 1 cup remaining in the 3 cup jar. Pour the
contents of the 5 cup jar into the stock bottle and pour the
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cup jar once more then add it to the contents of the 5 cup jar to
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###### Asked in Cooking Measurements

### If you have a 10 measuring cup 4 measuring cup and a 3 measuring cup how many pours does it take to get the 4 to 4 the 3 to 1 and the 10 to half?

Assuming the 10 = Cup A, 4 = Cup B and 3 = Cup C
1) Fill Cup C (A=0, B=0, C=3)
2) Pour Cup C into Cup A (A=3, B=0, C=0)
3) Fill Cup B (A=3, B=4, C=0)
4) Fill Cup C from Cup A (A=3, B=1, C=3)
5) Pour the remainder of Cup B into Cup A (A=4, B=0, C=3)
6) Empty Cup C (A=4, B=0, C=0)
7) Fill Cup B (A=4, B=4, C=0)
8) Fill Cup C from Cup A (A=4, B=1, C=3)
9) Pour the remainder of Cup B into Cup A (A=5, B=0, C=3)
10) Empty Cup C (A=5, B=0, C=0)
11) Fill Cup B (A=5, B=4, C=0)
12) Fill Cup C from Cup A (A=5, B=1, C=3)
13) Empty Cup C (A=5, B=1, C=0)
13) Pour the remainder of Cup B into Cup C (A=5, B=0, C=1)
14) Fill Cup B (A=5, B=4, C=1)
so assuming you count the filling of cups as pours your answer
is 14