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linter

[′lin·tər]
(mechanical engineering)
A machine for removing fuzz linters from ginned cottonseed.
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A qualidade fisica e fisiologica das sementes foi determinada pelos testes de teor de umidade, analise de pureza, percentagem de linter, danos mecanicos, germinacao, primeira contagem do teste de germinacao e comprimento de plantulas.
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.
Technological breakthroughs in the 1890s enabled cottonseed to be processed into edible oil and protein feed; other marketable cotton byproducts include seed hulls (also used for feed) and linters fiber (very short, fine fibers that are used in making stationary and other products).
The CLR product was actually a mixture of short linter dust and culled cottonseed kernels discarded in the process of cottonseed extraction.
MAKEUP Wakeup: Revitalizing Your Look at Any Age, by Lois Joy Johnson and Sandy Linter, is published by Apple Press, pounds 14.
Sam Linter, MD of West Sussex-based Bolney Wine Estate, which supplies Bookers Vineyard wines to Tesco, Waitrose and the Coop, said she expected English wine to quickly win plaudits in the US.
Based on interview of 28 management teams, Linter reported a target payout ratio of 50%.
Paper can be recycled paper, paper scraps, cotton linter, construction paper or any other paper product torn up in small pieces.
The company has one of the few cotton seed crushing businesses in Brazil, producing several products from cotton seeds: Vegetable oil, which contains no "trans fat" and is used as input in the food industry, Linter (the material around the cotton seeds), used for special products such as money paper and LCD screens and cotton seed meal, used as animal feed.
Beverly Hills overcame a 15-point deficit in the fourth quarter, eventually tying the score on a two-point coversion pass from Meyer Linter to Sam Forrest with 2:25 left.
Cotton linter and recycled paper are softened with water and mashed in a blender to form pulp.
Straw Pulping Engineering, Aragon, Spain, has completed startup Yunus Emre Paper Mill, a cotton linter pulp mill in Yaslik, Turkmenistan.