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v. t.1.To remove the husk from.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Two blind brothers harvest and dehusk coconuts up in the hills of Maasim, Sarangani, in order to survive despite their disabilities.
The small minor workers do most of the foraging, whereas the larger major workers primarily dehusk seeds and defend the colony.
The equipment he used to own to help dehusk the coffee beans was destroyed during the genocide and his family now prepare the beans by hand.
In 1691, Peter Jacob Guerard registered the earliest patent for a "pendulum machine" to dehusk rice.(36) This may have been a hand- or animal-operated device in which a pestle attached to a tree-branch would swing back after each stroke into the mortar below, thereby dehusking the rice.(37) By the 1730s, hand-mills, consisting of two wooden blocks revolving on each other, were being used to remove the outer husk.(38) From the 1750s, horses and oxen were increasingly harnessed to these wooden mills.(39) The substitution of animal for human labour in rice hulling probably contributed to the higher per capita output of processed rice reported for the second half of the eighteenth century.(40)
"Yapak" tells the story of Rodrigo and Robinson Rada, blind brothers from Maasim, Saragani Province whose livelihood is to harvest and dehusk coconuts while the "White Helmet Rescuers" is a collaborative effort with International Alert Philippines, with the purpose of championing the heroes of Marawi.
And what about those nuts which not only take hours to dehusk, but may well break somebody's fillings or damage a root canal, resulting in a sudden and welcome dash to casualty?
The ban on the export of mature coconuts and dehusked coconuts has been in place since President Ferdinand E.
1106 should be lifted because of the newly opened global market for dehusked mature coconuts.
Dosa batter is made of rice and urad daal (split and dehusked black gram lentil).
figure By FAITH NDUNGI Baby corn (Zea mays L.) is dehusked maize ear, harvested young especially when the silk has either not emerged or has just emerged.
Try avoiding polished or dehusked rice as they lack vitamin B1.
Briefly, 2,4-D medium is used for the inoculation of dehusked mature seeds, which helps in the formation of embryogenic calli from the scutellum within 3-4 weeks.