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must

Winemaking the newly pressed juice of grapes or other fruit ready for fermentation
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Dennis Must's third short story compendium, Going Dark, presents an anecdotist a la F.
Hua stressed that China has five "musts" suggestion on this issue.
bayanus in IT grape must were 6-8 and 8-9 with maximum of 8-9 and 9-11 respectively.
After maceration the pomace was removed and each must were poured into the funnel and collected in 5 liter plastic reservoirs (3 for enzyme treatments musts and 1 for control must (no-treatment).
The official lauded MUST's dedication to science and education, affirming
I must give a word of caution for reservoir rods concerning the low water levels at our reservoirs.
Dina O'Meara, the author of the Alberta Book of Musts has included the two sites among the 101 sites that must be seen while touring Alberta.
The fitness center must be devoid of manual treadmills and instead stocked with high-tech equipment and a live personal trainer.
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Birmingham's young professionals descended upon Must Dim Sum Bar & Restaurant, in Newhall Street, for Deloitte's bi-annual decision Influencers event.
It also backed subsidising the EU production of grape must and concentrated rectified must for enrichment, attacking European Commission plans to limit such handouts, while proposing banning the fermentation of imported musts and mixing them with EU-made musts.
The computer must have a modem, an expandable memory slot, CD-ROM drive, large hard disc, standard software packages and be within budget.