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Adding the chaff point set C into the Fuzzy Vault by using R, and
Any system which has been developed to be used in war will be mounted on all warships after passing the relevant tests successfully and the chaff and flare-dispensing system which is known for diverting incoming missiles is also in this category," he added.
The heroine of 'The Chaff,' Usell Binah is a girl you will love—she's tough, smart, perky, pretty, and bound for America—if she can get out of Mother Russia alive.
Mughal said that according to reports received from district presidents of the fourm, the storm and rain had affected wheat, chaff, and cotton very badly.
Just use your fingers to remove most of the chaff, then pour what's left into a large pan and let a soft breeze carry away the remaining chaff.
After harvest to evaluate the factors affecting the performance traits, plant height, total tiller number , fertile tillers, length of main spike, days to heading, days to maturity, chaff Weight, harvest index, 1000 grain weight, number of seeds per main spike and yield were measured.
Whose fan is in his hand and he will thoroughly purge his floor and gather his wheat into the garner; but he will burn up the chaff with unquenchable fire.
MERIDIAN'S YANKEE Six doubles, four trebles and an accumulator: Chiff Chaff (2.
A housing at the back of the threshing rig enclosed a fan that developed enough wind power to blow the straw and chaff up a long pipe and onto the straw stack.
Laying a handful of wheat on the 2 x 4 and rubbing it with the grooved 1 x 4 effectively removes the seed head from the stalks and pretty much removes the seed from the chaff.
The wheat appears to have been sorted from the chaff already, with Jessie (best price 9-2), Rachel (5-1) and Jodie (5-1) all clear or joint-favourites with various firms and Samantha not far behind at 6-1.
Chaff was used in World War II to confuse enemy radar.