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flake

Cocaine, see there.

flake

an epidermal scale.
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That innovation may have let hunter-gatherers carry stone flakes instead of heavy hand axes.
Their breakfast calories rose from 286 for the ordinary flakes to 358 for the densest flakes.
One goal of Frumpy Flakes is to convert “frumpy” from an insult to a compliment.
PPG has updated the Ditzler Big Flake color card to include all 13 available flakes.
To evaluate the necessity for debarking, some aspen slash flakes were made from the sections that had been debarked in a rod mill developed in our laboratory.
The planetary extruder introduced by German filtration specialist Gneuss three years ago for reprocessing PET flake, has now received "Letter of No Objection" status from the American Food and Drug Administration for use in bottle to bottle recycling.
Kellogg's could not comment on when the newlook Corn Flakes would roll out to retail or if it would incur a price hike, although it said the technology would be used on its other cereal brands including Frosties, Special K and Crunchy Nut if the trial proved successful.
Although final flake location, whether in the forest canopy or forest floor, does not affect the effectiveness of Disrupt II, some persons had expressed interest in the possible deposition of flakes into streams or cave openings.
A standard Cereal Master EX line producing extruded cereals such as corn balls, multigrain rings, alphabet shapes, and cocoa balls can be extended, through additional units (including the flaking roll) and Baker Perkins' process expertise, to make a range of flakes, multigrain flakes and filled pillows.
SOUL singer Joss Stone becomes the first celebrity Flake girl tonight.