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a building or complex in which an industry is located

to break up into tiny particles

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Scottish philosopher who expounded Bentham's utilitarianism

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English philosopher and economist remembered for his interpretations of empiricism and utilitarianism (1806-1873)

the act of grinding to a powder or dust

move about in a confused manner

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grind with a mill

produce a ridge around the edge of

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roll out (metal) with a rolling machine

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the maximum score was 41 times the minimum for sprout count one month after planting, 32 for sprout count two months after planting, 25 for tiller count four months after planting, 22 for sugar yield, 20 for cane yield, 12 for millable stalk count, 8 for stalk count 10 months after planting, 7 for single cane weight, 6 for tiller count five months after planting, and 2 for other yield components and sugar quality parameters except hand refractometer brix reading ten months after planting and juice purity percent which scored 1.
Significant effect of irrigation regimes on millable canes was recorded during both experimental years.
The higher cane weight in paired row planting might be due to increase in number of internodes and length of internodes, millable height of cane, respectively.
By contrast, number of tillers (r = -0.721*) and millable cane (r = -0.707*) had negative significant correlations with individual cane weight.
The average yield of all experiments that were carried out in both Governorates showed increases ranging from 11-19 % over the control values of millable and sugar yield of sugar cane as affected by Zn chelate and some foliar fertilizers are presented in Table (5).
The data for different parameters such as cane thickness number of internodes per cane cane height millable canes per hectare and cane yield was recorded at harvest on plot basis and then converted into hectares.
The parameters studied during the period of experiment were biological yield of sugarcane, stripped cane yield, canola yield, number of millable canes, cane length and stem girth.
Only recently a few examples of millable PFPE polyurethanes fluoroelastomers have been described in the literature, with particular emphasis on their microstructure and viscoelastic behavior (18).
The study of casual relationship between sugar yield and its related characters using the two former techniques was applied by many investigators, such as (Ahmed et al., 2010) who found a positive correlation between cane yield and each of number of millable stalks/ [m.sup.2], stalk height, number of internodes/stalk and single stalk weight.
The number of stalks mean in this experiment can be considered below the expected values for number of millable canes, i.e., between 10 to 14 tillers per meter, however, most of the genotypes is constituted by varieties used as parental and not as commercial varieties.
Basi-cally, the project was so big that the author decided to make only one, the Western part of the model, which shows all the possible cell conditions and spatial configurations, consisting of 319 millable pieces.
These sealing devices, molded of liquid silicone rubber, improve design function and cost efficiency over similar parts using traditional millable gum processes, according to the company.
This heritage grain had been prohibited as an exportable, millable grain by the Canadian Wheat Board.