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Definition of Semidry
1. moderately dry [adj]
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Literary usage of Semidry
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1. Consumer Demand for Rice Grain Quality: Terminal Report of IDRC Projects by Laurian Unnevehr, Bart Duff, Bienvenido O. Juliano, International Rice Research Institute (1992)
"Moisture content levels (post drying) taken as 16% for semidry (midpoint in the 14 18% range) and accepted as semidry by both experts and market ..."
2. Final Report by New Jersey Geological Survey (1904)
"Dry-press and semidry-press process.—This process in New Jersey is restricted to the production of front brick. The clay is powdered and then pressed into ..."
3. Proceedings of the Annual Convention by Mid-West Cement Users' Association (1906)
"... fact that we obtain a much denser product, having our blocks more solid, easier to handle from the fact that they stand up better, with a semidry mix. ..."