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Juice

In futures trading, the maintenance margin a trader must keep in an account in order to be able to keep a position open.
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Two of the three tested parameters, tenderness and juiciness, are important eating quality parameters that determine consumer evaluation of meat [23], and will definitely impact on acceptability of the meat.
WBS produced significant regression models for the sensory variables softness, initial tenderness, chewiness and rate of breakdown (Table 4) but could not predict perceptible residue, juiciness or mouth coating.
Thus, it can be said that the WBS, juiciness and tenderness are important characteristics in meat in terms of quality.
The PCA (Figure 1) showed that MA50 and MA60 treatments were more characterized by the fresh peach flavour, fresh appearance, juiciness and flesh firmness.
Judges graded contestants on overall presentation, juiciness, tenderness and flavor of their steaks.
This mid-season apple is characterized by its large, dappled red fruit with a well-balanced flavour, and incredible crispness and juiciness.
From today, shoppers will be able to pick up a giant sat-suma - a new "citrus hybrid" that combines the easy peel-ability of a satsuma with the size and juiciness of an orange.
The seedless mini melons aren't genetically engineered and have that rich, scarlet juiciness that few adults or kids can resist.
Solo soy candles from Er'go--a new collection of 21 fragrances--focus on the properties of fruits and flowers, like tartness, juiciness, bitterness and sweetness.
The task of panelists will be to assess texture, juiciness, and flavor of both whole muscle meat and processed meat products.
Experience or "eating quality" refers to perceived quality based on sensory characteristics, for example, flavour, tenderness, colour, smell and juiciness.