unground

unground

(ʌnˈɡraʊnd)
adj
1. not crushed
2. not sharpened by grinding
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The parliament's ruling plenary session also backed its agriculture committee's proposals for retaining set pack sizes for drinking milk, butter, ground or unground roasted coffee, dried pasta, rice and brown sugar.
In most cases an unground utility grade will do the job.
Preparation costs and possible compositional alterations (Deinum and Maassen, 1994) could be reduced by scanning samples in undried, coarse (unground) condition.
The charter provides the only known statement of what an Anglo-Saxon king could draw from an estate as his farm: 'Two tuns full of pure ale and a coomb full of mild ale and a coomb full of Welsh ale, and seven oxen and six wethers and forty cheeses and six long theru and thirty ambers of unground corn and four ambers of meal.'(1)
In the past 18 months, most of the major coffee manufacturers have rolled out decaffeinated brands, in instant form and as ground or unground beans.
Perez-Maqueda LA, Maqueda C, Perez-Rodriguez JL, Subrt J, Cemy Z, Balek V (2012) Thermal behaviour of ground and unground acid leached vermiculite.
S352.2: Moisture measurement - Unground grain and seeds.
[2003] tested in vitro the ultrastructure of resin-enamel bonds in occlusal fissures with unground enamel using phosphoric acid etching in combination with a FS and two single-step self-etch adhesives (Adper Prompt-L-Pop[R], 3M Espe and Xeno III[R], Dentsply De Trey] followed by a FS.
Unground bushings are available for oversize holes.
Semolina ash content is strongly influenced by the mineral content of the unground grain.
Still-frigid nitrogen vapor is recycled from grinding area to feed hopper to precool unground material.