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linter

[′lin·tər]
(mechanical engineering)
A machine for removing fuzz linters from ginned cottonseed.
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Another method is faming that refers to the seed delinting by burning the linter, performed by the direct contact of the fire with the seed surface.
The plasma then migrates along a cotton linter paper strip onto an area that contains group A or B RBCs that had previously been applied.
They launched a rebellion following the Revolutionary Council's declaration that the constitutional right to secede that was negotiated before independence was now null and void (Linter 1984, 416).
The Linter's is made from Rondo grapes in West Susssex and is aged in both French and American oak.
'beneficially owned' meant the ability of Linter Group to use its shares in Linter Textiles for its own benefit, by selling them and applying the proceeds as it thought fit; the liquidator of Linter Group had had the power to cause the transmission of the ownership of the shares of Linter Group in Linter Textiles, but 'beneficial ownership' by Linter Group had been lost because the liquidator was bound to apply proceeds of sale in accordance with the statutory formula of distribution between creditors.
Staged originally For Berlin's Staatsoper linter den Linden, this all-too-typical exercise in German Regietheater even added a mute Jacqueline Kennedy character in pillbox hat to shadow her husband's infidelity and arrange for her rival's depature through that lady's husband's promotion.
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Cotton linter, supplied by Silver Hawk Fiber Corporation (Shandong province, China), was used as cellulose sample with the degree of polymerization (DP) 920.
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"The products regarding which procurement MoUs were signed include zinc concentrates and copper concentrates, cotton yarn, frozen fish, linter, cotton and cotton yarn, menthol, castor oil and sugar gum, acrylic tow, Indian granite block and cedrus deodara seed," the ministry stated.