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rye

 [ri]
the cereal plant Secale cereale, and its nutritious seed.

rye

(rī) [AS. ryge]
A cereal grass that produces a grain used in food and beverage production. When rye grain is infected with a certain fungus, ergot is produced.

Rye,

city in New York where the classification was first identified in 1965.
Rye classification - classification of Hodgkin disease according to lymphocyte predominance, nodular sclerosing, mixed cellularity, and lymphocyte depletion types.

rye

the cereal plant Secale cereale, and its nutritious seed. May be infected with clavicepspurpurea and cause poisoning.

rye ergot
see rye ergot.
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Harlow trainer Maurice Newman said yesterday: "Lots of people would have known Billy, particularly from his days at the Rye.
Though he remains a strong advocate of long-lasting sourdough rye, his wife Elka confesses that he "started making a lighter loaf with white flour for bigger public occasions after he saw too many half-eaten slices of the dark rye in the garbage," To keep the rye flavor, though, she says that Schumann now sprinkles rye seeds in the dough.
CATCHER in the Rye author JD Salinger has died at the age of 91, his son said yesterday.