semihard


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sem·i·hard

 (sĕm′ē-härd′, sĕm′ī-)
adj.
Intermediate between hard and soft: a semihard cheese.

semihard

(ˌsɛmɪˈhɑːd)
adj
partly hard; not completely hard
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Adj.1.semihard - somewhat hard
hard - resisting weight or pressure
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This press is perfect for making all types of hard and semihard cheeses, and the two included food-grade plastic hoops can press out 1 to 5 pounds of cheese without the detrimental rapid cooling that can occur with stainless steel presses.
They feature a thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU) hard knuckle protector and thermoplastic rubber (TPR) semihard finger protectors.
Livers of coadministered C[Cl.sub.4] and SBE mice improved the redness and hardness (semihard texture) but appeared slightly coarse surface comparing with C[Cl.sub.4] intoxicated mice (d).
For these experiments, one pump contained an inflow of EPA semihard synthetic groundwater solution plus acetate at a concentration of 6 mg/L (to allow bacterial growth similar to natural water) [28].
In relation to moisture, the Pecorino cheese revealed being the variety with the lowest value, "hard," while ewes' ripe and Gouda were classified as "average moisture" or "semihard" [27].
For [e.sup.+][e.sup.-] collisions a two-component model has been used and modification of distributions done in terms of these two components, one from soft events and another from semihard events.
Staphylococcus aureus growth and enterotoxin production during the manufacture of uncooked, semihard cheese from cows' raw milk.