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Skim

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A Scheme implementation with packages and other enhancements, by Alain Deutsch et al, France.
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Interestingly, there were differences among the types of skim milk, which may shed light on the underlying mechanism.
Don't try to be funny by attempting to skim a massively inappropriate stone.
The accuracy of the part determines the need for skim cutting.
Snow Brand reused milk from the 70 bags to make powdered skim milk on April 10, the officials said.
These hairs provide a new feature for paleoentomologists and evolutionary biologists to look for as they puzzle over whether insects first had to swim, then skim before they could fly, Marden adds.
And, since most of the lower-fat cheeses are made largely with skim milk, they're very low in cholesterol.
Breakstone cuts the fat by adding skim milk and agar (a gel made from seaweed).
The disk skimmer is under contract to a spill responder and is operated from one of the scores of ships now deployed to skim oil in the Gulf of Mexico.
After observing 17 men and 13 women for more than 2 months, researchers assigned them at random to groups drinking two glasses of reconstituted powdered skim milk daily from either normal or hyperimmunized cows.
Buying a food that's 70 percent skim milk seems like a victory, not a concession.
Thousands looked on at the Sno-Kona Pond Skim, brought annually to the mountain by Kona Brewing Company.
Subsidies for skim milk powder have disappeared altogether.