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" No. 5, yields 72 — showing an average of eight per cent, in favor of No. 3. In grinding, it was found that No. 5 ground the worst — worse than No. 1. There were in No. 5 a greater quantity of flinty particles which would not pass the bolt, than in... "
Annual Report of the Indiana State Board of Agriculture - Σελίδα 193
των Indiana. State Board of Agriculture - 1852
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