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Tahini, sumac and pomegranate seeds add Middle Eastern flair.

The startup, which was founded in March 2019, has raised $400K in pre-seed funding from angel investors to get its iOS app to market.

Still, the Blazers will probably enter the season in a deep pack of teams fighting for one of the West’s bottom four playoff seeds.

I remember starting my own financial technology business in 2010 and how difficult it was to access “family and friends” seed capital, and then later angel investment dollars during our first few years of operation.

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That word is in quotes because while quinoa cooks up like a grain, it is technically a seed, with more protein, fiber and minerals than most grains.

That kind of social sorting allows for larger outbreaks by “seeding a much larger wildfire,” he said.

The growing and planting of nursery stock is carried on simultaneously with direct seeding.

Since 1911 the Forest Service has collected over 175,000 pounds of seeds for its direct seeding and planting work.

The direct seeding work on the National Forests involves many more problems than one would at first thought suppose.

Probably the greatest obstacle encountered in reforestation by direct seeding is the destruction of the seeds by rodents.

The failure of many direct seeding projects has been due primarily to loss from this cause.


On this page you'll find 32 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to seeding, such as: artificial nucleation, nucleation, and rainmaking.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.