Grape seed oil (also called grapeseed oil or grape oil) is pressed from the seeds of grapes, and is thus an abundant by-product of winemaking.
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... Seed money, sometimes known as seed funding, is a form of securities offering in which an investor purchases part of a business ... The term seed suggests that this is an early investment, meant to support the business until it can generate cash of its own, or until it is ready for further investments ... Seed money options include friends and family funding, angel funding and -- recently -- crowd funding ...
... The oldest viable carbon-14-dated seed that has grown into a plant was a Judean date palm seed about 2,000 years old, recovered from excavations at Herod the Great's ... permafrost was achieved using fruit tissue, not seed.) The largest seed is produced by the coco de mer, or "double coconut palm", Lodoicea maldivica ... pounds) and usually contains a single seed ...
... The following table lists a typical fatty acid composition of grape seed oil Acid Type Percentage Linoleic acid ω−6 unsaturated 69.6% Oleic acid ω−9 unsaturated 15.8 ... Grapeseed oil contains small amounts of vitamin E, but safflower oil, cottonseed oil, or rice bran oil contain greater amounts ...
... defeat of World Champion and number one seed John Part, who was beaten by Buddy Lessig in the third round ... The number two seed, Gerry Convery, also lost in the second round to Paul Lim ... Leading American and third seed Ray Carver was defeated in the fifth round by Brad Wethington and John Kuczynski was beaten in the quarters by Brian Blake ...
... Like other finches, the Gouldian Finch is a seed eater ... breeding season, Gouldian Finches feed mostly on ripe or half-ripe grass seeds of sorghum ... During the dry season, they forage on the ground for fallen seed ...
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