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Traditionally, peanuts were pulled and inverted by hand.
The keel was an inverted T shape to accept the garboard planks.
In 1958, Fern Marchessault of Montreal inverted the corn straw in the centre of the broom.
They consume them by turning them inside out and eating the meat, leaving the inverted skin uneaten.
This is accomplished by means of paired, forked hemipenes, which are stored, inverted, in the male's tail.
Sometimes, where depressions deeper than 50 metres had to be crossed, inverted siphons were used to force water uphill.
Roman engineers used inverted siphons to move water across a valley if they judged it impractical to build a raised aqueduct.
A lot of the place names on Sodor are clearly based on Manx forms, but often the nouns are inverted to match English word order.
During this time the pattern is inverted compared to the winter and spring, as the water temperature falls with increasing depth.
One major exception to this rule was Deicide's Glen Benton, who branded an inverted cross on his forehead and wore armor on stage.
With quill pen in his right hand and an inverted copy of The Rights of Man in his left, it occupies a prominent spot on King Street.
Some feminist psychoanalytic critics, such as Janet Adelman, have connected the play's treatment of gender roles to its larger theme of inverted natural order.
Density contrasts between different sedimentary layers, such as between sand and clay, can result in flame structures or load casts, formed by inverted diapirism.
According to the Jesuit missionary Martin Dobrizhoffer, they practiced cannibalism at one point, perhaps as a funerary ritual, but later disposed of the dead in large jars placed inverted on the ground.
The preserved inverted metamorphic gradient indicates that nappes were actually stacked on top of each other so quickly, that hot rocks did not have time to equilibrate before being thrust on top of cool rocks.
The crest of the former RAF East Fortune, East Lothian, also showed a sword surmounting the Saltire, however unlike Leuchars this sword was shown inverted, and the station crest of the former RAF Turnhouse, Edinburgh, showed a Saltire surmounted by an eagle's head.
The tart is baked until the pastry is thoroughly cooked and is then inverted onto a serving dish where the apples will have become glowingly.
And at the inverted apexes of the long pendant neckpieces, the segmented forms bunch asymmetrically.
It seems that normal economic concepts such as supply and demand are inverted here.