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Hull

(hŭl),
Edgar, 20th-century U.S. cardiologist.
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After bringing it home, JR used water to clean accumulated dust and dirt off the huller. He then applied a penetrating urethane clear coat to help preserve the wood and enhance the machine's original color and striping.
Weighing 98 kilograms, the brown rice huller can process the same weight of brown rice in an hour.
When his beloved, elderly mutt finally gives up the ghost, Winfried has even less to build his life around than usual; reconnecting with his only child, Ines (Huller), now a thirtysomething, pantsuit-clad corporate go-getter stationed in Romania, becomes his next project.
"I definitely didn't feel as though I had enough time to delivery quality candidates and put time into my relationships with candidates, but I did keep a short list of candidates who would get a call back from me no matter how busy I was." Huller recently released a free report to educate job seekers on what they can do to become a priority VIP candidate and always get the call back.
Due to poor settings gin-stand huller fronts fail to extract hulls which are broken up and Carried forward with lint along with crushed reed-coat fragments.
Kristi Huller, a spokeswoman for KKR, and Sukhi Nagesh, a spokesman for Marvell, did not wish to comment.
This year, Huller Martini decided to move its annual User Group meeting to Allentown, Pa., instead of Chicago where the event had taken place in the past.
Use this strawberry huller to easily remove strawberry leaves and stems.
Heat butter to 175 degrees in saucepan Add all remaining ingredients including salt Submerge chicken in huller and poach 6 minutes on each side Let rest and keep chicken warm.
And then we have to watch that it doesn't get jammed in the huller." He also commented that, "you should run a mill like a lab, trying this, trying that- just to see what you can do." Processing itself is a process of constant observation and reevaluation.
Directed by Hans-Christian Schmid, with Sandra Huller. PsycCRITIQUES--Contemporary Psychology: APA Review of Books, 52 (31), Article 18, doi: 10.1037/a0006934
He's developed a non-electric dust sweeper, a hand-cranked rice huller, a solar cooker, a non-electric shaver, and he even built an electricity-free vegetable warehouse for a Japanese monastery.