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birdseye

[′bərdz‚ī]
(materials)
A small localized area in wood in which the fibers are indented and otherwise contorted to form few to many circular or elliptical figures on the tangential surface.
(textiles)
A fabric woven on a Dobby loom that is characterized by diamond-shaped spots.
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Benjamin was granted British Birdseye and patent No.
In 1912, Birdseye participated in a medical expedition to Labrador in northeast Canada where he noted the high profits from the fox fur breeding and trapping business.
It is my opinion that Eugene, Oregon, is the very best place on Earth to train pilots," Birdseye says in his distinctive, slow baritone.
Garmin and Astro are registered trademarks and BirdsEye is a trademark of Garmin Ltd.
In the decades that followed frozen meals soared in popularity and the product became famous for its adverts with Captain Birdseye, played by John Hewer.
It is in Birdseye Maple and is still in complete use to this day.
Gloucester officials, representatives of National Marine Fisheries, and friends and former employes of Birdseye were present for the occasion.
Harvey Birdseye, director of the flight technology program, said that really makes the instructors more like graduate students or teaching assistants than faculty.
The dramatic entrance on Wall Street features a soaring two story high entrance with polished limestone, Birdseye maple and Absolute black granite.
SOUTH AMERICAN ROAST CHICKEN WITH ORANGE COUS COUS (serves four)INGREDIENTS: 1 1 /2 - 2 kg chicken 1 large orange 1 lemon 1 lime 4 large cloves of garlic, peeled and finely chopped 1 /2 tsp chilli power 1 birdseye red chilli small handful coriander leaves, roughly chopped 1 tsp honey 4 tbsp olive oilMETHOD: 1.
Her London-based experience includes working on accounts such as Burger King, Birdseye, Macallan whisky, Finlandia vodka, Jordans cereals, Louis Feraud International, Wallis womenswear and Huntsman of Savile Row.
McCaffray, a frozen food industry pioneer who, along with Clarence Birdseye and other early entrepreneurs, built the modern American frozen food industry.