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Wheat

A cereal used in a large number of products, especially food. Wheat is contained in bread, cake, beer, pasta and even some fuels. Wheat is a major commodity and its contracts are traded on exchanges.
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Eggs Ballybeg; in other words scrambled and served on lightly toasted wheaten bread.
The classic Ormo brand has been part of the fabric of daily life in Northern Ireland for over 130 years and remains the brand leader in the pancake, potato bread, soda bread and wheaten bread sectors of the morning goods category.
Casey was Iris' Wheaten Terrier and a chronic worrier.
Expectations & Market Realities combines the qualitative and quantitative analysis of two of the real estate industry's foremost research firms--Real Estate Research Corporation (RERC) and CBRE Torte Wheaten Research--with the extensive transaction, asset management and research expertise of Principal Real Estate Investors, the fourth largest manager of real estate assets in the U.
The Ryans' Wheaten Terrier, Pixie, sometimes likes to join Mike in the cockpit as well.
Kim Perez of Simi Valley said she takes her soft-coated wheaten terrier, Kenna, everywhere she goes, and that she was removed from the mall before the recent rule change.
While the Northern Ireland team breakfasted on muesli and fresh fruit, the England squad were being force fed our traditional local breakfast by a Norn Iron spy pretending to be one of the team's specialist cooks who refused to let them leave the table until the last cholesterol stuffed sausage and morsel of butter smothered wheaten bread was consumed.
Contrary to the findings of initial studies, Wheaten (1995) concluded "the proportions of Whites and African Americans found eligible for VR services are not significantly different statistically" (p.
Early on, smoking sulfur was frequently employed, while in 18th-century Germany a mixture of sulfur, potassium nitrate (saltpeter), and wheaten bran (Raucher Pulver) was used (18).