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Synonyms for chalk

a soft whitish calcite

a pure flat white with little reflectance

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an amphetamine derivative (trade name Methedrine) used in the form of a crystalline hydrochloride

a piece of calcite or a similar substance, usually in the shape of a crayon, that is used to write or draw on blackboards or other flat surfaces

write, draw, or trace with chalk

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An increase in heat treatment resulted in an increase in oral viscosity and perceived mouth coating attributes, as well as, a decrease in the chalkiness attribute of stirred yogurt (Skriver et al.
According to David Kraus, Solbar Global Applications Manager: "This unique formulation solves all of the typical issues faced by ready-to-drink manufacturers, eliminating precipitation, chalkiness or gritty mouthfeel, protein coagulation and nonhomogenous calcium distribution.
Meadow, 2008, is a distribution of variously colored brush marks over a flat white-gray ground mimicking the chalkiness of birch bark.
8), the incidence of deep dissolution resulting in holes forming in the shell, and the incidence of chalkiness (Fig.
It didn't have any of the chalkiness that I normally associate with tofu.
The product displays very good suspension properties and because of the small particle size, it provides no off taste, chalkiness or negative mouthfeel as a ground calcium carbonate would," explains Snyder.
All of the incorporated soybeans used are 100-percent organic, every bean is grown in the United States, nothing but organic flavorings are used, and due to generations of soy-farming experience and know-how, no chemical masking agents are used to hide an unpleasant beany flavor or chalkiness because the beans have a superior, clean taste.
I felt the rice was underdone in the risotto; my partner wondered if was intended that way but this was beyond al dente and moving into chalkiness.
New Zealand always offers a steely twist to this grape and this limey, aromatic, grassy-edged beaut has masses of crisp, acidic fruit backed by a mineral chalkiness and a thwack of baked gooseberries .
Everything vied for my attention: the blasts of color--chartreuse, magenta, orange, and yellow--and the smells, an astringent chalkiness I would later recognize as corn dough, the harsh bitterness of toasting chilies, cinnamon.
After the hull is pierced by rice stink bugs, secondary infection by pathogens often results in kernel discoloration, chalkiness, and weakening of the kernel.
The bars then were dried, dewaxed and fired at 2012F (1100C) for 3 hr and the facecoats were tested for chalkiness.
Some might add a bitter flavor (like ginseng) while others might add chalkiness.
Before our next class, I wander around the studio, taking in the burnt-orange chalkiness of terra cotta, the thick gleam and swirl of cobalt melted glass.