kernal


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kernal

the inner part of the seed of a plant which contains the embryo.
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The new plant will produce dehulled flaxseed ingredients such as flax kernal, flax hull, flax flour, flax meal, flax fibers and flax gum.
These include choices such as smoked salmon, Torbay crab with mango and Parmesan, Thai vegetable tossed in plum sauce, kiwi and marscapone and mushrooms with a tomato and pine kernal salsa.
New Pollution have teamed up with Radio Ulster's Across The Line to provide a night which features Desert Hearts, Turn, Kernal Krok and Kidd Dynamo.
Likewise, the January 2002 acquisition of The Kernal Group (TKG), he says, enables Veritas to provide new data recovery capabilities for Unix environments that it had previously only offered for the Windows platform, enabling administrators to meet QoSS time-to-recovery demands.
Interestingly, the wheat fungus and Kernal bunt found in Kansas, StarLink corn found in taco shells and Sara Lee's recall of 15 million pounds of meat due to bacteria only seem to reinforce our belief that the food safety system in America works.
As Mary Jane Barnett has argued in a recent article in this journal (49.3 [1996], 542-572), Erasmian linguistic practice also depended on the glamour of allusive, metaphorical, and allegorical discourse to present and represent the fecundity and fundamental mystery of meanings in such a way as to elict transformative intellectual action from the reader who would be moved by fascination to find the kernal of reality within the shell of words.
Past Post Commander Harley Kernal was so moved by the presentation that he wrote an editorial about it in the local newspaper.
For Kincaslagh residents were shocked by Rose's revelation that she fled her home in Rutherglen, Scotland, to be with Daniel because of threats from her former lover, Kernal Singh.
By this process the seeds are separated and after removing the shell, the Kernal can be processed to yield palm kernal oils.
Another oil in the new sunflower oil line shares the key performance characteristics of so-called "tropical" fats like coconut and palm kernal, which have been widely used in imitation dairy bases.
Limited Tenders are invited for For supply of coconut oil or refined palm kernal oil or rpko at our kolkata plant