Corn starch

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Corn starch (or cornflour, sometimes also called maizena) is the starch taken from corn grain. It is used in many ways, mainly in the making of corn syrup or other sugars.[1] Like starch from other sources, it is also used for starching laundry and for industrial uses.[2]

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  1. "Definition of CORNSTARCH".
  2. "Corn starch". Everything2. Retrieved 2014-21-14. Check date values in: |accessdate= (help)