cereal vs serial

cereal serial

Definitions

  • 1) countable A type of grass (such as wheat, rice or oats) cultivated for its edible grains.
  • 2) uncountable Breakfast cereal.
  • 3) countable A particular type of breakfast cereal.
  • 4) uncountable The grains of such a grass.
  • 5) A grass such as wheat, oats, or corn, the starchy grains of which are used as food.
  • 6) A food prepared from any of these plants, especially a breakfast food made from commercially processed grain.
  • 7) Any of several other plants or their edible seeds or fruit, such as buckwheat or certain species of amaranth.
  • 8) The grain of such a grass.
  • 9) Any grass cultivated for its edible grain, or the grain itself; -- usually in the plural.
  • 10) grass whose starchy grains are used as food: wheat; rice; rye; oats; maize; buckwheat; millet
  • 11) a breakfast food prepared from grain
  • 12) A gramineous plant cultivated for the use of its farinaceous seeds as food; any one of the annual grain-plants, as wheat, rye, barley, oats, rice, millet, or maize.
  • 13) Consisting of or relating to grain or to a plant producing grain.
  • 14) Of or pertaining to the grasses which are cultivated for their edible seeds (as wheat, maize, rice, etc.), or to their seeds or grain.
  • 15) made of grain or relating to grain or the plants that produce it
  • 16) Pertaining or relating to edible grain; producing farinaceous seeds suitable for food.

Definitions

  • 1) A work, as a work of fiction, published in installments, often numbered and without a specified end.
  • 2) computing, slang A serial number required to activate software.
  • 3) A literary or dramatic work published or produced in installments.
  • 4) A publication appearing in a series or succession of part; a tale, or other writing, published in successive numbers of a periodical.
  • 5) A tale or other composition published in successive numbers of a periodical.
  • 6) A work or publication issued in successive numbers; a periodical.
  • 7) Published or produced in installments.
  • 8) Having to do with or arranged in a series.
  • 9) Music Relating to or based on a row of tones, especially the 12 pitches of the chromatic scale.
  • 10) Of or relating to the sequential transmission of all the bits of a byte over one wire.
  • 11) Of or relating to the sequential performance of multiple operations.
  • 12) Of, forming, or arranged in a series.
  • 13) Relating to or engaging in a series of similar acts or behaviors.
  • 14) Published or produced in installments, as a novel or television drama.
  • 15) Relating to such publication or production.
  • 16) (Biol.) See under Symmetry.
  • 17) Of or pertaining to a series; consisting of a series; appearing in successive parts or numbers.
  • 18) (Bot.) Of or pertaining to rows.
  • 19) pertaining to or composed in serial technique
  • 20) pertaining to or occurring in or producing a series
  • 21) of or relating to the sequential performance of multiple operations

Examples

  • 1) The role of the king was to ensure milk and cereals for the people.
  • 2) The cereal giant said wheat is priced in dollars and the.
  • 3) They strike me as the sort of places where you might pay a fiver for a bowl of cereal.
  • 4) Put in a cereal bowl.
  • 5) And a bowl of cereal, then another bowl of cereal, then another.
  • 6) Go for wholegrain cereal and keep dried fruit at work to snack on.
  • 7) Whisk egg in a shallow cereal bowl and add half.
  • 8) But she will still be sulking over her cereal this morning.
  • 9) More and more are choosing grain and cereal products.
  • 10) The fruit will be used in cereal bars and smoothie drinks.
  • 11) Mixing the cereal with milk builds on new trends.
  • 12) Tip the crumbs into a cereal bowl.
  • 13) On long rides stash cereal bars or bananas in pockets for energy dips.
  • 14) Most other animal foods, cereals and fruits poor sources.
  • 15) The price of wheat and other cereals has more than doubled in the past 12 months.
  • 16) Use it in place of rice and cereals, and in risotto.
  • 17) Porridge or a wholegrain cereal like Weetabix or eggs on toast are all ideal.
  • 18) This is not to suggest that oat bran is a drug but rather that the drugs seem to mimic the activity of this natural cereal food.
  • 19) Porridge or brown rice cereal.
  • 20) I always have cereal in the morning because it's healthy.
  • 21) In the North, people generally produced livestock and cereal crops.
  • 22) Try banana, warm milk, oat biscuit or whole grain cereal snacks instead.
  • 23) Though shortages are often blamed on the use of land for biofuel crops, the main biofuel cereal crop is maize, not wheat.
  • 24) ‘The inclusion rates of finely ground feed should be kept to a minimum (for example, ground cereals, maize gluten).’
  • 25) ‘The higher inflation levels as observed in November were largely attributed to rising food prices especially mealie meal, maize grain, cereals and cereal products, meat, fish and kapenta.’
  • 26) ‘Prepared from germinated and sprouted grain and cereals, their food is rich in various nutrients, vitamins and enzymes and also helps in curing constipation, acidity, piles and skin diseases.’
  • 27) ‘Grains and cereals are the best food source for B-complex vitamins, carbohydrates, and minerals like iron, calcium and magnesium.’
  • 28) ‘Carbohydrates are what we consume in the largest quantities in foods like rice, wheat, cereals, as well as those made from refined flour such as biscuits, cakes and breads.’
  • 29) ‘The World Food Programme has enough cereals to last until April, but will run out of the less important vegetable oil and pulses by the month's end, said programme spokesman Peter Smerdon.’
  • 30) ‘Instant food mixes from cereals, pulses and nuts and other nutritious preparations from locally available foods are taught during the training courses with demos.’
  • 31) ‘Put simply, we all know that water is required for the production of food such as cereals, vegetables, and meat and dairy products.’
  • 32) ‘A shift is noticed from cereals to other food items of lesser nutrition among the poor.’
  • 33) ‘He advocated a meatless diet of rough cereals and whole wheat products along with vegetables and fruits.’
  • 34) ‘Food was seen as a sun-product, of which the cereals wheat and barley were the sacred, life-giving staples.’
  • 35) ‘However, the protein in legumes is ‘incomplete’, and if it is to give full value it has to be complemented by foods, notably cereals, which supply the missing elements.’
  • 36) ‘These recommendations reflect a growing consensus that a healthy diet should be based on starch-rich foods such as cereals and should include generous quantities of fruit and vegetables.’
  • 37) ‘Any risk of a return to rural conditions was a sign of social regression, and when inferior cereals replaced wheat in the markets, city authorities would be forced to requisition supplies elsewhere for fear of riots.’
  • 38) ‘They believe that people with autism may suffer from a metabolic abnormality which prevents them from properly digesting gluten, a protein that comes from wheat and other cereals, or caseine, which comes from milk.’
  • 39) ‘There are few governments that chose to rely on imports of basic cereals (wheat, rice, etc.)’
  • 40) ‘Eating a nutrient-rich, calorie-poor diet that includes lots of grains and cereals, as well as fruit and veggies, can make your real age as much as four years younger than your chronological age.’
  • 41) ‘What does exist is an international trade in surpluses of grain, cereals and meat dumped primarily by rich countries and corporations.’
  • 42) ‘With current prices for certain cereal grains relatively high, particularly quality wheat and malting barley, world output of these cereals in 2003 is expected to increase.’
  • 43) ‘She advises women to eat leafy vegetables, fresh fruits, cereals, and pulses and avoid spicy or tinned food and bakery products.’
  • 44) ‘Maize silage and whole crop cereals (eg triticale) are two such alternative forages.’
  • 45) ‘Agriculture includes livestock-rearing, viticulture, and crops such as cereals, sugar beet, and potatoes.’
  • 46) ‘The winning presentation compared the use of various levels of untreated dairy sludge and vermicomposted dairy sludge for growing vegetables, cereals, grass and flowers.’
  • 47) ‘The grasses used may be native to the area or specially introduced species such as rye grass, fescue, or bent grasses, although sometimes cereals such as barley or oats are used.’
  • 48) ‘The light soils of the countryside to the east were suitable for raising sheep, which provided the fertilizer for growing cereals such as barley, wheat and rye.’
  • 49) ‘The Voakes family, who keep 400 breeding sows and also grow sugar beet and cereals, have recently set up a business to bake premium quality pork pies on the farm - using pork from their own pigs.’
  • 50) ‘If you grow cereals and sugar beet on the arable land of the East Riding you are not going to be able to directly market your production.’
  • 51) ‘The limitations of peasant agriculture reflected the intense concern with growing cereals.’
  • 52) ‘In contrast to cereals or other crops, legumes are known to acidify the rhizosphere even when supplied with nitrates.’
  • 53) ‘Scientists will be able to use the completed rice genome as a template for their work with the other cereals, such as wheat and maize.’
  • 54) ‘Hermada is a multi-function cereal whose grains can be used to replace rice or wheat, and its blades of grass can be transformed into sweeps.’
  • 55) ‘The current period constitutes the harvest phase for most cereals in Zambia including maize, which is coming on the market from small and medium-scale farmers.’
  • 56) ‘The food value is equal to that of cultivated cereals and today many want to increase Canada's production for human benefit as a nutritious food source but also to supply food to waterfowl for increased game hunting.’
  • 57) ‘Starch granules of several size classes are found in the endosperm of cereals such as wheat.’
  • 58) ‘Among important cereals, the wheat genome with 16,000 Mb is the largest and rice with 415 Mb is the smallest.’
  • 59) ‘The LBK economy was based on cattle husbandry and the cultivation of cereals, mainly wheat and barley.’
  • 60) ‘Indeed, in the absence of amylase starch is not degraded, and anoxia-intolerant cereals such as wheat and barley suffer soon from sugar starvation, and eventually die.’
  • 61) ‘Conventional C3 photosynthesis is used by rice, wheat and most other cereals.’
  • 62) ‘And as well as that, you've got the fungus that infects the flowers of rye and wheat and other cereals, and it produces hallucinogenic alkaloids, basically precursors to LSD.’
  • 63) ‘There is compelling evidence indicating that, in some cereals such as maize, barley, rice, and wheat, cytosolic AGPase accounts for the major AGPase activity in the endosperm.’
  • 64) ‘One vet dealt with an iguana which had been fed on breakfast cereal and milk and kept loose in a bedroom with no source of ultraviolet light.’
  • 65) ‘There in the kitchen, they made a feeble breakfast of cereal and milk.’
  • 66) ‘They all looked at me and I just sat down and I got an empty bowl and the box of cereal and the milk and I fixed my breakfast.’
  • 67) ‘The teachers had put out a bunch of pop tarts and little boxes of cereal for breakfast.’
  • 68) ‘She headed downstairs, and had a bowl of cereal for breakfast.’
  • 69) ‘Daily Echo readers can help support the charity by donating tinned food, breakfast cereal, tea and coffee this month.’
  • 70) ‘There was plenty of milk, but no breakfast cereal to enjoy it with.’
  • 71) ‘Menus offer a choice of hot food for breakfast, with cereal and toast, three hot choices and a salad bar for lunch and two hot choices and a salad bar for supper.’
  • 72) ‘They accept that a bowl of cereal and milk is about as convenient as you get, but they want more choice.’
  • 73) ‘A good source of this would be a fortified breakfast cereal.’
  • 74) ‘Though it played on my mind for some time, I decided that I was not going to purchase my usual choice of Hubbards breakfast cereal.’
  • 75) ‘The pair struck up a solid partnership, living together under the same roof and talking football over breakfast cereal and late night takeaways.’
  • 76) ‘Only in America could a café sell just breakfast cereal.’
  • 77) ‘It takes me 2 hours of writing down pros and cons before I can decide what cereal I want for breakfast.’
  • 78) ‘It's more the kind of book that lives on the kitchen table for a time, to be picked up and flipped through over breakfast cereal.’
  • 79) ‘The donation was in the form of breakfast cereal given to students to ensure that their first meal of the day was nutritious.’
  • 80) ‘Smoothies make for a great alternative from cereal and toast at breakfast.’
  • 81) ‘Add half a cup of Fiber One or All-Bran to increase the fiber content of your favorite breakfast cereal.’
  • 82) ‘He eats cereal for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and sometimes for snacks in between.’
  • 83) ‘She decided to have toast for breakfast instead of cereal since she had gotten up earlier than usual.’

Examples

  • 1) Middlemarch begins serial publication in eight parts.
  • 2) The serial numbers had been filed off to make it hard to trace.
  • 3) It meant he was not seen as a serial attacker.
  • 4) Genuine ones also have a serial number inside.
  • 5) At the end a master tape was removed and sealed with a unique serial number.
  • 6) The BBC1 show picked up most popular serial drama at the ceremony last night.
  • 7) But when completed, it proved too long for serial publication.
  • 8) Trans have code numbers and serial numbers the numbers for the one i put in are550 serial# cd-68-330746?
  • 9) DriveGet, serial, serial, % drv%; volume serial number msgbox, Drive = % drv% ` nNAME = % drivename% ` nStatus = % status% ` nType = % type% ` nCapacity = % cap% ` nFree = % free% ` nFAT = % fs% ` nserialNumber = % serial%
  • 10) Langton disliked using the term serial killer and mentioned it only once, but during the questioning the journalists were quick to bring up the Ripper murder case.
  • 11) They're very hesitant to use the term serial killer.
  • 12) I mean, are you using the term serial killer at this point?
  • 13) COOPER: I talked to the captain in charge of this the other -- (UNINTELLIGIBLE) -- last night, who said that, I mean, they're not using the term serial killer yet.
  • 14) We're probably all familiar with the term serial killer, mass murderer and spree killer.
  • 15) If the term serial entrepreneur suggests something a bit sinister, it's not without good reason-one does have to be a little crazy to start two, three, or as many as seven companies.
  • 16) ‘The journal begins serial publication this spring.’
  • 17) ‘Primary outputs are defined as publications in the serial peer reviewed literature, while the secondary outputs are taken to be evidence based clinical guidelines.’
  • 18) ‘It does not hold annual meetings or sponsor a serial publication.’
  • 19) ‘Devoting time to other serial publications also should be seen as an investment in the future, not a distraction.’
  • 20) ‘It had dragged them to court to defend their serial publication of Joyce's Ulysses.’
  • 21) ‘For example, if a suffix, that is, an extra item follows the last item to be remembered in serial recall, memory for this last item is severely impaired.’
  • 22) ‘It is noteworthy that he filed serial and timely notices of appeal after each order of the U.S. District Court was entered.’
  • 23) ‘This enormous power to subject the American public to serial triviality is far from trivial.’
  • 24) ‘Compared to some of the serial releases from the public domain specialists, this DVD is a pleasure to look at.’
  • 25) ‘We model asymmetric migration rates and unequal population sizes using serial samples of sequences.’
  • 26) ‘This was at a formal, recorded news conference, not serial impromptu interviews in the locker room.’
  • 27) ‘Her allusive serial art makes use of pairings, sequences and minutes compositional shifts.’
  • 28) ‘Divorce and serial marriage are common in communities living under pressure, which may leave women with sole responsibility for the children and with overwhelming domestic responsibilities.’
  • 29) ‘People with serial nonsacramental marriages are still free to marry in the church and enjoy the benefits of full communion.’
  • 30) ‘Their serial reports have largely abstained from considering policies aimed at generating social progress from below.’
  • 31) ‘Frequent reassessment with serial lung function testing for rapid progression is critical.’
  • 32) ‘Little information has been published regarding the association of serial changes in pulmonary function or radiographic features and prognosis.’
  • 33) ‘serial production functions in tandem with serial consumption.’
  • 34) ‘Their surfaces are accretions of controlled gestures, spatters of paint that lead from one stroke to another, singular and serial actions.’
  • 35) ‘The serial presentation enhanced the illusion of spontaneity and improvisation.’
  • 36) ‘Similarly, in the Pacific, it has been suggested that there may be Austronesian substratum influence in the serial constructions found in Tok Pisin.’
  • 37) ‘By throwing an odd assortment of characters into the path of a home-grown serial killer, the film is able to achieve a dramatic density sadly absent from the genre for a number of years.’
  • 38) ‘So he may just be able to track down a serial killer with a penchant for committing perfect murders.’
  • 39) ‘These guys all follow set patterns and, like any good movie serial killer, they're too open and flamboyant in their actions.’
  • 40) ‘I won't give any other plot details away than this, but the remainder of the film centers on those two characters trying to find a way to get out of the room while playing a vicious game with a mad serial killer.’
  • 41) ‘People who are cruel to animals often go on to be cruel to children and most serial killers begin that way.’
  • 42) ‘Just having someone saying that I'm coping well is therapeutic in itself - and it means that if I suddenly turn into an axe-wielding serial killer my family can sue the hospital for negligence.’
  • 43) ‘In January of last year, he was convicted as Britain's worst serial killer.’
  • 44) ‘In China police have arrested a man believed to be the country's worst serial killer.’
  • 45) ‘No, they remembered her only as the woman who killed the serial rapist.’
  • 46) ‘He reasoned that if the serial criminal operates close to where he lives, it may be possible to approximate the location of his home by analyzing spatial patterns of the attacks.’
  • 47) ‘This man is a serial sex offender and we urgently need to catch him.’
  • 48) ‘Police today joined the appeal for the public's help in tracing the serial arsonist, who is believed to have an accomplice.’
  • 49) ‘He agreed that describing the incidents as the work of a serial attacker could change the public's psyche, but urged people not to panic.’
  • 50) ‘A serial sex attacker struck fear into women after a series of assaults and an attempted rape on a young girl.’
  • 51) ‘Naturally, he possesses the cliché hallmark of every serial murderer, collecting mementos of each victim along the way.’
  • 52) ‘I did not find even one case that dealt with the sentencing of a female serial arsonist.’
  • 53) ‘Detectives hunting a serial sex attacker are following up several leads after receiving over 100 calls from the public.’
  • 54) ‘serial rapists charged with multiple counts would face only a single strike.’
  • 55) ‘Despite the family image, a book of revelations published by a former chauffeur has painted Chirac as a serial adulterer.’
  • 56) ‘He gives orders for other human beings to be blown away and he is a serial adulterer, but his power has unexpected limits.’
  • 57) ‘He was also a serial adulterer, regularly confessing his sins before committing them afresh.’
  • 58) ‘Or maybe I'm destined to be a serial monogamist.’
  • 59) ‘And, except for a few periods of total debauchery, I've always been so, albeit a serial monogamist.’
  • 60) ‘Now if you've been following my posts then you'll know that I'm 37 and have been a serial monogamist for 21 years.’
  • 61) ‘She plays a serial adulteress, desired by and available to all.’
  • 62) ‘Burns himself is great as Tommy, the serial monogamist who's trying to stay ethical against all odds.’
  • 63) ‘Having been a serial monogamist for two decades, I haven't lived with anyone since.’
  • 64) ‘‘I'm a serial monogamist and I've never had a one night stand and I'm determined not to,’ he says.’
  • 65) ‘I am but a mild mannered serial monogamist, so we are coming at this whole thing from different angles, and its driving us both bonkers.’
  • 66) ‘Tenth-century kings of Wessex / England were determined serial monogamists, seeking politically strategic matches with daughters of eldermen.’
  • 67) ‘In view of his own experiences as a contributor to Private Eye, and therefore as a serial defendant in the libel courts, I was not surprised that his sympathies lay with the author and the publisher.’
  • 68) ‘She said he was a ‘lecherous’ manager, with a reputation as a serial groper.’
  • 69) ‘The Scot has become a serial collector of farewell gifts.’
  • 70) ‘He also for a brief time came under the influence of Schoenberg and wrote serial music, all of which (if I remember right) he destroyed.’
  • 71) ‘For example, forty years ago, not composing serial music meant not being a composer at all, and this was a clear tendency openly registered in books, articles and papers.’
  • 72) ‘Powers's music from the 1980s deploys a considered synthesis of serial, atonal and tonal techniques.’
  • 73) ‘The serial and atonal composers vehemently brought this issue forward in mid-century.’
  • 74) ‘Rounds are no longer written in modern musical styles, and remain untouched by developments in chromatic harmony, atonality, jazz idioms, serial structures and folk modes.’
  • 75) ‘The controller can concurrently perform the data transfer to and/or from the parallel and serial devices.’
  • 76) ‘It is even possible to add servers with a click of a mouse while supporting BIOS-level control of almost any number of servers or serial devices.’
  • 77) ‘You will see a list of serial devices; note that some will be built-in on your motherboard.’
  • 78) ‘Besides, transferring large files with the USB instead of the serial connection can be done very quickly, too.’
  • 79) ‘A serial response box was used to collect key-press responses from the participants.’
  • 80) ‘A serial processor executes each iteration through the loop, doing all the work.’
  • 81) ‘Besides, all neural networks at the moment are simulations that are written in software of an essentially serial nature which runs on serial processors.’
  • 82) ‘If it won't run on serial processors, then where is the parallel machine that it will run on?’
  • 83) ‘Each story in the serial would last a week, being spread over 5 weekday episodes.’
  • 84) ‘The success of this venture as a magazine serial preceding the book, has the writer planning a sequel.’
  • 85) ‘Fox is quite a rarity on television, as it is unusual for a serial of the time and of such length to have one author and one director.’
  • 86) ‘It is more than a regular drama serial or just a sitcom.’
  • 87) ‘At a recent daily critique meeting, our writing coach challenged us to produce a serial in 2004.’
  • 88) ‘Published as a comic strip since 1936, the Phantom also appeared in movie serials, a feature film, and animated television series.’
  • 89) ‘The producers feel that the serial with a strong story line woven on women issues could mean good competition for other serials in the private channels.’
  • 90) ‘As the last half of the serial goes into publication, you'll see some examination of the underpinnings of these characters.’
  • 91) ‘Although at times, the serial enters into boring sequences, it has been accepted by middle-class families as a good one.’
  • 92) ‘In a recent breakthrough, the debut show of a Chinese-language TV drama serial had a gay storyline.’
  • 93) ‘They watch every episode of the popular Hindi serials.’
  • 94) ‘Until 1998, Lucy then worked across a number of drama serials and documentaries.’
  • 95) ‘Storylines in drama serials have a moral, or at least a conclusion.’
  • 96) ‘Tasked with nabbing an elusive bandit hiding out in a forest, this could become a long-running serial.’
  • 97) ‘In an unprecedented move, the BBC had appointed a publicity officer specifically to promote the new serial.’
  • 98) ‘They are not at the stage to rationalise the unnatural situations the serials depict.’
  • 99) ‘However, these serials depict only the macabre and fearful aspects of these supernatural characters.’
  • 100) ‘Both serials harked back to a period when men were heroic, women were virtuous and times were better.’
  • 101) ‘The original plan was for a weekly year-long serial of 52 episodes.’
  • 102) ‘Hopper also told the senate that there has been about a 25 percent decline in the number of serials purchased by the library in the past five years.’
  • 103) ‘So when we built the Library at SLAC, we put the serials on punch cards.’
  • 104) ‘She became a regular columnist and contributed poetry and reviews to numerous serials and collections.’
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