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a.1.Having no fibers; destitute of fibers or fiber.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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His famous final phrasing of the great poetic idea--'Beauty is truth, truth beauty'--itself shows consciousness of realities below the surface, and the inference which is sometimes hastily drawn that he was personally a fiberless dreamer is as far as possible from the truth.
Also, the production of cottonseed oil and fiberless cotton seeds will be launchedin Ujar region of Azerbaijan aimed at strengthening the processing industry.
'Blue Ballet' yields smaller 4- to 6-pound fruits with gray-green rinds that contain sweet, fiberless flesh.
--It meet the quality of premium mango in term of eating with respect to aroma, flavor, texture (fiberless), Brix % in excess of 20%.
"I only have to remove a few grams of fiber from my system per week.") And yet while processed food prohibitionists like Michael "Mostly Plants" Pollan demonize convenience, affordability, and technology, Soylent supersizes these attributes in ways that might even scare Ronald McDonald fiberless.
The DP-R Series Diamond ATR Fiberless Probes from Durasens (Booth 3633) are designed for real-time reaction monitoring using FTIR spectroscopy.
Planters gets to 3 grams in its Digestive Health Mix by adding inulin to ingredients with fiber (pistachios, almonds, dried cranberries, oats, dried cherries) that have been diluted with fiberless ingredients (sugar, high-fructose corn syrup, oil).
"Americans are suffering from so many diseases because they are gorging on fiberless feasts of dead flesh, high fructose corn syrup and refined junk foods filled with additives and chemicals.
ConnectPoint Campus is a 100-Mbps, fiberless optical Ethernet transceiver that uses a laser to communicate packet data and extend the LAN infrastructure.
Loea's fiberless technology originally was developed for military use with passive millimeter wave cameras, which allow planes and helicopters to see through fog.