(1) In olden times the filbert was used as a medicine & a tonic.(2) A 1960s ranch calls for a contemporary garden with a sculptural plant, such as a Japanese maple or contorted filbert .(3) There are now in England numerous named varieties of both cob and filbert .(4) Just brush the thinned paint on with a small filbert or flat.(5) Filberts are a compromise between flat and round brushes, being shaped to a slight curve at the tip to produce soft, tapered strokes.(6) This super-sorter might be used to sort other crops, such as hazelnuts, also called filberts , and wheat, notes Pearson.(7) Food proteins causing acute reactions in patients are few in number such as peanuts, walnuts, filberts , eggs, fish, crustaceans (shelled joint-legged aquatic animals), cotton seed, kiwi and lastly milk, and wheat (rare in adults).(8) Filberts are one of the most useful brushes one can own, in fact with several different sizes, a painter can do just about anything.(9) He'd come up with some charming excuse: he'd left his long filbert brush , he couldn't go on without it.(10) Americans, in general, reserve the name hazelnut for their wild species, and call their cultivated nuts, which are almost all descended from European species, filberts .(11) Place 1/2 cup (125 mL) chopped filberts in well-greased 9-inch (3 L) tube pan.(12) Use a small filbert brush to block the main masses of color into the background tree area.(13) Filberts are easy to grow and very productive.(14) Crushed filberts make a great pie crust without any other ingredients.(15) A broached brambleberry pie, a glass of wine and frothed tumbler of ale have been left in a disarray of pewter dishes and scattered filberts : untidy by Dutch standards, apart from the sharply ironed tablecloth.