middlings


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middlings

[′mid·liŋz]
(food engineering)
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Wheat middlings are a by-product of milling wheat for flour and pasta.
Half received a diet in which 10 percent of the dry matter content was wheat middlings.
This study is based on a national survey of middling personal papers, the periodical press, and popular literature produced by and for the middle classes spanning the long eighteenth century.
Away from the everyday concerns of the working environment, the attitudes and habits that sustained middling prosperity also influenced their behaviour in social situations, even in the heat of an exciting game of cards.