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beechnut

the small brown triangular edible nut of the beech tree. Collectively, the nuts are often termed beech mast, esp when lying on the ground
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I left Beechnut and after the first year I was able to join him.
This project included Stormy Gray, Beechnut and several special order colors.
Project area bound by Glenmont on the north, Beechnut
Emley got off to the dream start at the Beechnut Lane Stadium and were a goal up with little over than a minute on the clock.
The beechnut mast in the preceding year was used as a potential determinant of the NE incidence because beechnut supply in the fall may influence winter vole survival and, consequently, vole population the following year.
Well-known local developer Elegant Homes has just taken the wraps off its latest creation, Martineau House at Beechnut Lane, Solihull.
The crunch of beechnut husks points to red quirrels above and beyond.
This move also saw the acquisition of several brands including Savarin, Martinson, Beechnut and Brown Gold -- brands that are strong in the northeastern U.
Beechnut storage: A review and practical interpretation of the scientific literature.
In 1948, the magazine became profitable as it gained such major advertisers as PepsiCo, Colgate, Beechnut and Seagram.
While raising the couple's seven children - Marina Barnett of Encino; Margaret Sloniker of Van Nuys; Martha Peacock, who died in 1987; John of La Crescenta; Melanie Curry of Berkeley; Moira Curry of Woodland Hills; and Damien of Berkeley - Chloe worked as a nutritionist at Beechnut Foods and later as an executive chef and food stylist, retiring in 1985.
I can remember rolls of caps for toy guns (stamping on a long strip of them could turn the classroom into a re-run of The Somme), and Beechnut chewing gum machines.