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milled product of durum wheat (or other hard wheat) used in pasta

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The literal meaning of sooji muttee is 'semolina mud' but by extension perhaps a form of coarse soil--the sense of sooji lies in its granular quality--used in washing the body.
From the 12 words regarding occupation, 7 referred to those traditionally held by women such as kaseihu (housekeeper), otetsudai-san (maid), and sooji no obasan (middle-aged cleaning woman).
State, territory, and local waterborne disease coordinators, epidemiologists, and environmental health personnel; Bryanna Cikesh, Allison Miller, Division of Foodborne, Waterborne, and Environmental Diseases, National Center for Emerging and Zoonotic Infectious Diseases, CDC; Jessica Smith, Sooji Lee, Albert Barskey, Chris Edens, Division of Bacterial Diseases, National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases, CDC
Tenders are invited for light jungle cutting to graveyard 1 beside sooji shah dargah (2) beside m garden dargah (open space) in osmabagh in doodhbowli divn
Rs 160, gram pulse Rs 88, Mash pulse Rs 170, gram whole 96, cooking oil Rs 115, Gur Rs 80, gram flour Taj Rs 170, gram floor sada Rs 168, Rice IRRI Rs 39, rice super colonel new Rs 110 and old Rs 120, Basmati broken Rs 60, rice Mehran Rs 48, Sooji and Maida Rs 48 per kilogramme.
For instance, a student at IHE came up with an instant sooji ka halwa during the course -- the ready mix turned into yummy halwa just by adding water.
Sooji also moved up by Rs20 to Rs970-1,000 per 50 kilogram.
At the orphanage, I meticulously jotted down her daily menu: chiefly full-cream milk, khichdi (stewed rice and lentils) with grated carrots, mashed banana, a concoction of sooji (semolina), yellow-of-egg and milk.
State, territorial, and local waterborne disease coordinators, epidemiologists, and environmental health personnel; Bryanna Cikesh, Allison Miller, Division of Foodborne, Waterborne, and Environmental Diseases, National Center for Emerging and Zoonotic Infectious Diseases, CDC; Jessica Smith, Sooji Lee, Albert Barskey, Chris Edens, Division of Bacterial Diseases, National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases, CDC.