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DRY. Used figuratively, it signifies that which produces nothing; as, dry exchange; dry rent; rent seek.

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Data for sensory evaluation is reported for RUK and TSSK to compare unsalted rack dried Kimarawali with salted spiced solar dried Kimarawali.
An experimental drying apparatus was assembled so that a single flake could be dried at constant temperature and airflow while monitoring weight loss and surface temperature.
For most towel and tissue grades, softness, absorbency, and bulk are developed in the sheet by creping after the sheet is dried on a Yankee dryer, sometimes followed by further off-machine embossing and combining of several plies.
You can make them less bulky, either by purchasing meals in a cup, opening them, and repackaging them in plastic bags, or by making your own meal using couscous, dried bean flakes, and spices.
When evaluating dried cores, the most effective test is the dry film thickness test.
Moreover, the supercritically dried aerocrystals showed that they could generate light more efficiently than similar crystals dried by evaporation, the researchers say,
But at our house, dry-preserving goes on year-round since the kids' favorite school snacks are dried fruit-pulp "leathers." As a result, the canisters of dried goodies need continual replenishing.
Summary: The report explores the global dried vegetable market for the period 2018--2026.
The prices of dry fruits, including almond, pistachio, walnuts, dates, cashew nut, dried apricot, coconut, fig and peanut increase in winter with an increase in their demand.
If material is not properly dried when it exits the hopper, make sure the hopper is large enough to provide sufficient effective drying time.
A series of tests, in which papers were coated and dried under different conditions, was carried out on pilot coaters.