- n. Plural form of granule.
“So far the chemical called xylitol seems safe for people, and many dentists and doctors are suggesting people buy it in granules and use it at home to reduce their consumption of sugar.”
“By the application of a high magnifying power they can be resolved into 'granules' -- minute luminous dots which constitute one-fifth of the Sun's surface and emit three-fourths of the light.”
“- de la levure (de boulanger) déshydratée = active dried yeast (in granules) --- LA LEVURE CHIMIQUE = baking powder”
“While some are loving it claiming that sprinkling certain granules on your food has done wonders for losing weight, and while others are claiming it simply won’t work, what we’ve found most interesting is their encouragement of hooping.”
“The granules are the weathering layer, but as they become detached over time, the body of the shingle becomes susceptible to water and ultraviolet damage, leading to leaks and other roofing problems.”
“Starch consists of long chains of sugar molecules crammed into masses called granules.”
“There is, however, in the nucleus another material which forms either threads, or a network, or a mass of granules, which is very different from the linin, and has entirely different properties.”
“The carbohydrate fraction of wheat is made up of two starch granules, known as A granules and B granules.”
“Then remember that that round dot is both a whole planet and millions of kilometres closer to us than the sun -- and that each of the "granules" you see on the sun's surface is about the size of, say, North America.”
“I love using them as substitutes to eggs in egg curries, in stir fries, in pulaos and the different shapes available such as granules, smaller nuggets allow one to adapt them into a variety of recipes.”
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