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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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I can't believe it but after all of these years, I now have a recipe for wheaten bread that satisfies both my taste memory of years past, and that of a few weeks ago in Scotland.
The National Treasury consulted with relevant stakeholders with a view to assess the impact on food prices, on upstream and downstream industries of the proposed increase in the import duty on wheat and wheaten flour, as well as the appropriateness of the current formula.
She said that Wheaten Terriers are so placid that they are often used on stage in musicals.
Finn and Emma, who are a mixed breed of poodle and wheaten terrier, live with their owners, Moschell and Jeremy Coffey, in Greenwich Village, CBS News reported.
At age seventeen, against her parents' wishes, she married a sailor named Samuel Wheaten, who died less than a year later, leaving his wife, Sarah, with a newborn son.
Corinne told how she was walking her five-year-old Wheaten terrier Marty in Daventry Road, Cheylesmore when she suddenly felt her arm being pulled.
They enjoyed a range of breads made from wheaten flour washed down with ale made from locally milled oats.
In a slightly revised version of his 2009 doctoral dissertation at Wheaten College, Mihalios (New Testament, Greek Bible College, Greece) demonstrates how the eschatology of the Old Testament Book of Daniel influenced the notion of the hour the coming of which no one knows in the Gospel of John.
The basal diet consisted of wheaten chaff (91% DM, 0.71% N) and barley straw (93% DM, 0.55% N) (3:1 DM basis) treated with urea at 2.5% DM (2.5 kg urea in 20 L warm water), and placed in synthetic gunny bags, compacted and stored at room temperature until the time of feeding.
Steinle and Brown--along with Tallula, their Wheaten terrier--have been visiting different newsrooms and blogging their findings on WhoNeedsNewspapers.org.
The conference heard that feed volume is 4 million tons per annum for the poultry industry with the main feed ingredients being maize (59.3%), soya oilcake (16%), sunflower oilcake (5.6%) and wheaten bran (6.3%).
Buster, who is six, is a rare breed called a Soft-Coated Wheaten Terrier.