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not still wet

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preserved by removing natural moisture

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The 3rd of August, I found the grapes I had hung up perfectly dried, and, indeed, were excellent good raisins of the sun; so I began to take them down from the trees, and it was very happy that I did so, for the rains which followed would have spoiled them, and I had lost the best part of my winter food; for I had above two hundred large bunches of them.
Their trapping was also precarious; and the tails and bellies of the beavers were dried and put by for the journey.
Therefore it would perhaps be safer to assume that the seeds of about 10/100 plants of a flora, after having been dried, could be floated across a space of sea 900 miles in width, and would then germinate.
Musing on these things the girl put the key in the pocket of her dress and then slowly drew on her shoes and stockings, which the sun had fully dried.
All wore strange protruding girdles of dried grass about their hips and many were loaded with brass and copper anklets, armlets and bracelets.
Finally an old fellow with many ornaments of metal about his arms and legs, and a necklace of dried human hands depending upon his chest, entered the hut.
A piece of dry birch bark started the fire, and Daylight went ahead with the cooking while the Indian unloaded the sled and fed the dogs their ration of dried fish.
The deer and the pig had tramped all day in search of something better than dried bark and withered leaves.
He vows and declares, Monsieur, that the other whale, the dried one, is far more deadly than the blasted one; in fine, Monsieur, he conjures us, as we value our lives, to cut loose from these fish.
b) were dried using three drying methods: fan-assisted microwave, combined microwave-air and air.
The prices of dry fruits, including almond, pistachio, walnuts, dates, cashew nut, dried apricot, coconut, fig and peanut increase in winter with an increase in their demand.
Today, with sufficient amounts of dry air routed appropriately, small hardware can be dried in barrels in a gentle way involving no or only minimal interval movement of the items being dried.
Twenty eight samples of beech with red heartwood wood were dried simultaneously at constant climate conditions.
An additional advantage is that particles being dried in the Pegasus[R] Drying Unit do not run the risk of clumping or being damaged.