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RIND

See Reversible ischemic neurological disability.

RIND

(rīnd)
Reversible ischemic neurological deficit, a stroke whose clinical presentation lasts for a short time and then resolves. Despite the short duration of symptoms or signs, images of the brain taken after RIND often reveal infarction.

rind

(rīnd) [AS.]
A thick or firm outer coating of an organ, plant, or animal.
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Consumers will also have a chance to play Sack the Quarterback, with NFL Hall of Famer Bobby Bell for a chance to win $3,500 and a year's supply of pork rinds from Rudolph Foods.
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Remove the rind from one orange with a vegetable peeler, avoiding any white, bitter pith, and cut into long, thin strips.
It submerges the melons in hot water to destroy pathogens on the rind.
After three weeks, every trace of the rind was gone and no damage had been done in the garden.
A best-selling pork rind pellet is being launched to snack manufacturers in the UK and Europe under a new alliance with the world's largest pork rind producer Rudolph Foods of America and BHJ A/S of Denmark.
These Rinds will be released to Clarence and Monroe City as certain program requirements are met.
In numerous nationwide focus groups and other attitudinal and awareness studies, Dulcinea found that many consumers feel traditional watermelons are bulky, not sweet enough, have thick rinds that are wasteful, and are bothered by seeds.
Washed-rind cheeses get their name from the process used in treating the rinds.
The full diaper belongs to Baby Damp, a "hairless little wrinkly"--usually wet and usually smelly--who finds some bacon rinds on the floor and stuffs them into the CD-ROM on the computer.
The pale cheese rinds resonate with the chalky white surface of the slab; the minis have broken open under its weight, revealing tiny golden rays of their interiors.
For the blood orange slice, in a medium saucepan, bring the orange rinds, one quart of the water, and 17 ounces of the sugar to a boil.