Definitions for "Drying"
Adapted or tending to exhaust moisture; as, a drying wind or day; a drying room.
The removal of moisture and other liquids by evaporation.
The act of changing from a liquid film to a solid film by the evaporation of solvents, oxidation, polymerization or by a combination of these phenomena.
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A process where meat was sun-dried in long strips called jerky. The meat was hung on a wooden rack in a sunny place. After several days it was leather dry and ready for storage.
Kuivatus Torkning Paper (board, cardboard) drying. Dewaters the web enough to make the dry matter content of paper about 90…97%. Newsprint is usually dried using the cylinder drying method.
Makes the raw hide or skin unappetising to bacteria. Dry skins keep indefinitely
Keywords:  rapidly, quality, becoming
Having the quality of rapidly becoming dry.
Keywords:  firing, see
See firing.