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Demeter appeared most commonly as a grain goddess. The name Ioulo (from
ioulos, "grain sheaf) has been regarded as identifying her with the sheaf and as
proving that the cult of Demeter originated in the worship of the grain mother.
Corn is the most widely used grain. Rye, rice, and barley grains are also used.
Distilled liquors made from grain are usually called whiskeys. The distillation
process is based on the different boiling points of water (212° F [100° C]) and
Flounders in the family Bothidae typically have eyes and colouring on the left
side. flour, finely ground grains or other starchy portions of plants, used in various
food products and as a basic ingredient of baked goods. Flour made from wheat
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