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- n. Variant of sorgo.
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- n. sorghum
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as sorghum, 1. Also sorgo.
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- n. any of several sorghums cultivated as a source of syrup
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“Asal Kasab,” i.e. Sugar, possibly made from sorgho-stalks Holcus sorghum of which I made syrup in Central
Numerous slaves were engaged in the labors of the field, cultivating sorgho, a kind of millet which forms the chief basis of their diet; and the most stupid expressions of astonishment ensued as the Victoria sped past like a meteor.
Among them you can use the extracts from niebe leaves (vigna sp) for the green color and extracts from red sorgho (Sorghum sp) for colors going form red-brown to orange.
Technologie traditionelle et valeur nutritive des "bieres" do sorgho du Cameroon.
On the other hand, an increase in the retail price of whole meal maize should generally increase demand for other meal of equivalent quality (e.g. sorgho meal, millet) by low-income groups.
Some nine years back there was found to be a carmine colouring matter in most parts of the Chinese sorgho, chiefly in the unpressed stem.
The former enters largely into the composition of the sugar-cane, the beetroot, the sugar-maple, the sorgho grass, pumpkins, carrots, and a great variety of other plants.
Sorghum and sorgho sucré, sugar and syrup from, to manufacture, 567, et seq.
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"Asal Kasab," i.e. Sugar, possibly made from sorgho-stalks Holcus sorghum of which I made syrup in Central
As for the cous-cous, the usual food of the negroes, it is made of the meal of sorgho, boiled up with milk.