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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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Major organization : BEECHNUT MUNICIPAL UTILITY DISTRICT
As we walked, Adele told me that in one stretch of hedgerow near her home she's found elderberries, crab apples, beechnuts, raspberries, rose hips, sloes and nettles.
If the berry crop is bad, the acorn crop is good, and if beechnuts are scarce there's autumn olive or something else.
He then headed the Polymer Laboratory for Beechnut Packing Company in New York and became director of research.
By 1948, the magazine became profitable, gaining such key advertisers as PepsiCo, Colgate, Beechnut, and Seagram--all convinced by Johnson that they would increase revenues and market share by reaching black consumers.
On October 28, 1994, her family had her admitted to Beechnut Manor Nursing Home, where she resided in the respiratory care unit, which was staffed by Vencor Hospital.
I spent my time with tank units and yes, I learned how to chew Beechnut and spit out of a hatch without getting it all over myself or the track, and that is an essential skill, by the way.
On June 14, 1947, he and Dottie were married and Dottie went to work for the Beechnut Corp.
He notes a baby-food battle last year where Heinz and Beechnut, the No.
For this, he made 1/4-inch grooves in two turned dowel-like pieces of Porcelain White, then inlaid Beechnut strips that had been heated five minutes in a 300F oven.
Needless to say, none of the many species that Ovid lists in such loving detail--"The silver poplar and the bronze-leaved oak, / The swaying lina, beechnut, maiden-laurel, / Delicate hazel and spear-making ash"--exist in the squalid Rio slums where Diegues's film is set.
The new shades include beechnut, cocoa bean, persimmon, black cherry, cinnamon stick and blueberry.