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roil

[′rȯil]
(hydrology)
A small section of a stream, characterized by swiftly flowing, turbulent water.
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Baked foods, steamed vegetables, flesh fruits, wheat roils, and soy or low-fat milk are typical items offered during lunch at Browns Mill.