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1 Oats and rye excepted.
2 Here the word "far" means "a meal," or "flour," a substitute for that of "far," or "spelt."
3 Triticum monococcum, according to some. Fée identifies it with the Triticum spelta of Linnæus.
4 A variety, probably, of the Triticum hibernum of Linnæus, with white grains; the white-wheat of the French, from which the ancient Gauls made their malt; hence the French word "brasser," to "brew."
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