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spelt

a species of wheat, Triticum spelta, that was formerly much cultivated and was used to develop present-day cultivated wheats
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Keywords: breeding lines of spring spelt, grain chemical composition, nitrogen rate, sowing rate, yield components
It is a sad fact that Middlesbrough is often incorrectly spelt "Middlesborough", especially by southerners who are guilty of failing to check how to spell the name of a remote northern town.
Spelt (Triticum aestivum spelta) and wheat are distant relatives with much in common, such as their role as a primary ingredient in traditional recipes for bread and pasta.
Perfect for health-conscious individuals, the new Sharpham Park Spelt Porridge variety is the ideal way to start the day.
His parents named him Aron but when Elvis sought to change it to the more usual spelling he discovered that it had been spelt Aaron on his birth records.
Retailers marketing to gluten-free customers take heart: spelt is on the way.
He even spelt his own name at least a dozen different ways.
Collins decide how these are to be spelt, by observing their popular use in newspapers.
Learning to use visual strategies, the children need to learn to act on the understanding that sounds heard in the spoken words may be spelt in different ways even when they sound the same.
It says that there is really (or realy, as most kids spelt the word) no answer other than to learn how to spell most words individually.
At times I've been sat there thinking, 'no, that sounds wrong', and it turns out that they've spelt it right.
'That 85 per cent of children spelt Hogwarts correctly is no surprise as many children have frequently seen it in print.'