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  • noun Plural form of huller.


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  • Strawberry hullers come in various designs, from little scoops to dedicated coring tools, like the Oxo Good Grips Strawberry Huller.

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  • First tests were performed for maize milling, as well as for driving rice hullers and manioc mills, by means of power gears.

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  • Half of the book is the directory; it includes sources (many in India and the UK) for slicers, hullers, mills, packaging equipment, and much more.

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  • On request we will offer updated information if improvements are found to be effective in practical operation or if the power gear is used for new purposes (e.g. for driving rice hullers, oil presses, etc.).

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  • They have developed plans for many improved labor-saving devices, including rice and wheat hullers, weeding spades from masonry trowels, a bean thresher using a manual lawn mower, and more.

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  • Adams and Thomas Ditson of Boston brought out improved hullers in 1835; and James Meacock of Kingston, Jamaica, patented in England, in 1845, a self-contained machine for pulping, dressing, and sorting coffee.

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  • Peeling machines, more accurately named hullers, work on the principle of rubbing the beans between a revolving inner cylinder and an outer covering of woven wire.

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  • Three other names closely associated with the early days of the New York green-coffee trade were: Glover, Force & Co., later Waterbury & Force, then W.H. Force & Co., and finally W.S. Force & Co., weighers and forwarders; Daniel Reeve, of Reeve & Van Riper, mixers and hullers; and

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  • Guardiola obtained additional United States patents on coffee hullers in

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  • There are clover hullers, bean and pea threshers, ensilage cutters, manure spreaders, and dozens of others.

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