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" ... daily until the whole of the raceme is sliced away. In procuring the sugar exactly the same process is followed, but the inside of the receiver is powdered with lime, which prevents fermentation taking place : the juice is afterwards boiled down and... "
The countries of the world - Page 113
by Robert Brown - 1876
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The Penny Cyclopaedia of the Society for the Diffussion of Useful ..., Volume 5

1836
...fresh slice is cut from the «junded end of the inflorescence, — an operation which is peated daily until the whole of the raceme is sliced away. In procuring...with lime, which prevents fermentation taking place • tiie juice is afterwards boiled down and finally dried by exposure to smoke in little baskets....
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Knight's Cyclopędia of the Industry of All Nations: 1851

Charles Knight - 1851 - 50 pages
...fresh slice is cut from the wounded end of the inflorescence, — an operation which is repeated daily until the whole of the raceme is sliced away. In procuring...afterwards boiled down and finally dried by exposure to \smrke in little baskets. BOEING. 410 BORDEAUX. This celebrated eity.'one of the most important in...
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The National Cyclopaedia of Useful Knowledge, Volume 3

1853
...fresh slice is cut from the wounded end of the inflorescence, — an operation which is repeated daily until the whole of the raceme is sliced away. In procuring the sugnr, exactly the same process is followed ; but the inside of the receiver is powdered with lime,...
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Natural History: Or, Second Division of "The English Encyclopedia", Volume 1

Charles Knight - 1866
...fresh slice is cut from the wounded end of the inflorescence — an operation which is repeated daily until the whole of the raceme is sliced away. In procuring...afterwards boiled down and finally dried by exposure to smoke in little baskets. Palmyra (Doraaia fobtlliformii). 1, A male spadix ; 2, a female itpadix, inflorescence...
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The English Cyclopaedia

1866
...slice is cut from the •wounded end of the inflorescence — an operation which is repeated daily until the whole of the raceme is sliced away. In procuring the sugar exactly the saine process is followed, but the inside of the receiver is powdered with lime, which prevents fermentation...
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Burma Past and Present: With Personal Reminiscences of the Country, Volume 1

Albert Fytche - 1878
...fresh slice is cut from the wounded end of the inflorescence— an operation which is repeated daily until the whole of the raceme is sliced away. In procuring...afterwards boiled down, and finally dried by exposure to smoke in little baskets, and in this form it is sold in Burma under the name of tan-lyet. The female...
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Burma Past and Present: With Personal Reminiscences of the Country, Volume 1

Albert Fytche - 1878
...fresh slice is cut from the wounded end of the inflorescence—an operation which is repeated daily until the whole of the raceme is sliced away. In procuring...afterwards boiled down, and finally dried by exposure to smoke in little baskets, and in this form it is sold in Burma under the name of tan-lyet. The female...
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The national encyclopędia. Libr. ed, Volume 3

National cyclopaedia - 1879
...fresh slice is cut from the wounded end of the inflorescence, — an operation which is repeated daily until the whole of the raceme is sliced away. In procuring...process is followed ; but the inside of the receiver ii powdered with lime, which prevents fermentation taking place : the juice is afterwards boiled down...
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The national encyclopędia. Libr. ed, Volume 3

National cyclopaedia - 1884
...fresh slice is cut from the wounded end of the inflorescence — an operation which is repeated daily until the whole of the raceme is sliced away. In procuring...fermentation taking place: the juice is afterwards bailed down and finally dried by exposure to smoke in little baskets. The leaves are used for thatching,...
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