uncharred

uncharred

(ʌnˈtʃɑːd)
adj
not charred; free from charring
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"The Codigo 1530 Rosa is a super high-end tequila that is rested in uncharred, Napa cabernet French white oak barrels for a month," Griffin explains.
In one of the pictures of Lynette's home, taken after the fire service had cleared the house, an uncharred space can be seen close to the staircase where Beauty's crate would have sat.
In one of the pictures of Lynette's home, taken after the fire service had cleared house, an uncharred space can be seen close to the staircase where Beauty's crate would have sat.
Samples contained single uncharred seeds of fat hen (Chenopodium album) and downy/silver birch (Betula pendula/pubescens).
The Cdigo 1530 Rosa Tequila begins with the purity of Blanco, then is rested for 1 month in uncharred Napa Cabernet French White Oak barrels.
It is interesting to note that, according to the Ultimate analysis (Table 1), N concentration is higher in the sewage sludge biochar than in the uncharred sewage sludge (5.7%), which is a desired characteristic if sewage sludge biochar is to be considered as soil amendment.
1 Charred and uncharred several epidermal cells 9 Table 3: Average Modal Analytical Results Mineral content (%) S/No Depth in Vessel Kaolinite Quartz Feldspar Mica Heavy cm samples/ Mineral 1.
Add roasted garlic cloves, charred garlic head, uncharred garlic heads, and water.
With the information available at this moment, our best explanation to this observation is the presence of an uncharred cellulose-containing core (Knicker et al.
Uncharred pieces of the gourd are sometimes recovered from dry contexts with good preservation.
Smernik RJ, Baldock JA, Oades JM (2002a) Impact of remote protonation on [sup.13]C CPMAS NMR quantitation of charred and uncharred wood.
"We just produced China's first real specialty beer, an all-malt, reddish brown strong (15.7 plato) ale, dry hopped with Cascade (38 IBU) and aged in new uncharred American whiskey barrels," Mr.