break rolls

break rolls

[′brāk ‚rōlz]
(food engineering)
A pair of corrugated or fluted cylinders which rotate toward each other at different speeds and which are used in wheat milling to break down the kernels.
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The company states the goal this year is to have lifeguards trained and ready to work by the time spring break rolls into southern California.
We want to be in first place when the All-Star break rolls around in 10 days or so,'' said Green, who is batting .
RELAAAAAAX: Most teachers pile on the homework in December and by the time winter break rolls around, you just need to take it easy.
The wheat, now cleaned and optimally conditioned, is next fed to the first break rolls.
I have children myself, and I know that by the time spring break rolls around, they're more than ready to shake off winter with a waterpark adventure," said Schaefer.