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  • n. Plural form of bran.

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Examples

  • It tookthree monthsafter a new July 2009 study on the health benefits of whole grains, especially brans in whole grains, and how whole grains help to lower hypertension, had been publishedin the American Journal of Clinical Nutritionbefore the mainstream media (Reuters) reported itOctober 7, 2009.

    New study on whole grains with bran may be able to lower high blood pressure in men

  • A single bowl of Frosted Mini Wheats contains three teaspoons (12 grams) of sugar; some raisin brans contain 20 grams; and a 20-ounce fruit drink can pack nearly 18 teaspoons (71 grams) of sugar.

    Dr. Eric Braverman: Choosing the Best Foods For Weight Loss and Longevity

  • September 17, 2009 at 9:59 am dis iz truenis. forechunitly da grane/biprawdukfrei fuds iz geddin moar poplar aifinks fredmeyer haz an cuplol brans nao.

    All you can eat bufeh - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?

  • My friend only dates men with rally big brans and really big...

    Why Dating Sucks

  • For moderate to high levels of milk production, animals require supplementation, preferably with oilseed cakes, cereal brans or polishings.

    Chapter 4

  • For higher - yielding animals, supplementation with oilseed cake, brans and some green fodder will be necessary.

    Chapter 6

  • Because of difficulties experienced in feeding certain raw materials (for example, brans, cottonseed cake) through a grinder, many feed manufacturers pre-blend ingredients before grinding in order that the more easily ground materials will act as carriers or flow aids to those offering resistance to grinding.

    Chapter 7

  • She wore a tiny bit of yellow silk, a steel collar and her brans.

    Rogue Of Gor

  • In India, farmers are improving the quality of their feed by using grass, sorghum, stover, and brans to produce more milk from fewer animals.

    The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com

  • So I gathers up the brans, and makes up the fire, and walks out.

    The Attaché; or, Sam Slick in England — Complete

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