Food

  • 41food — noun Usage: often attributive Etymology: Middle English fode, from Old English fōda; akin to Old High German fuotar food, fodder, Latin panis bread, pascere to feed Date: before 12th century 1. a. material consisting essentially of protein,… …

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  • 42food — noun /fuːd,fud/ a) Any substance that is or can be consumed by living organisms, especially by eating, in order to sustain life. The innkeeper brought them food and drink. b) Anything intended to supply energy or nourishment of an entity or idea …

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  • 43food — noun 1) French food Syn: nourishment, sustenance, nutriment, fare; bread, daily bread; cooking, cuisine; foodstuffs, edibles, provender, refreshments, meals, provisions, rations; solids; informal eats, eatables …

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  • 44Food —    Many plants are edible, but you must be able to absolutely identify a plant. The difference between an edible and poisonous plant can be very minor. Also, some parts of some plants are edible, while other parts are poisonous. Almost all bladed …

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  • 45Food — Any substance eaten to provide nutritional support for the body. * * * That which is eaten to supply necessary nutritive elements. [A.S. foda] * * * Feed or Ordinary Diet [trial] * * * food füd n, often attrib 1) material consisting essentially… …

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  • 46FOOD — Fresh Foods, Inc. (Business » NASDAQ Symbols) * Food Of The Orange District (Community » Non Profit Organizations) …

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  • 47-food — fast food …

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  • 48FOOD —    many religions have strict food laws which create social barriers or boundaries between the believer and non believers. The most obvious example is to be found in JUDAISM where the Laws of Leviticus are applied to daily life. Similar rules are …

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  • 49food — noun any nutritious substance that people or animals eat or drink or that plants absorb in order to maintain life and growth. Phrases food for thought something that warrants serious consideration. Origin OE fōda, of Gmc origin; related to fodder …

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  • 50food — maistas statusas Aprobuotas sritis ekologinis ūkininkavimas apibrėžtis Apdorotas, pusiau apdorotas ar neapdorotas produktas ar medžiaga, skirti žmogaus mitybai. Maistui taip pat priskiriamas geriamasis vanduo, gėrimai, kramtomoji guma ir kitos… …

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  • 51food — maistas statusas T sritis ekologija ir aplinkotyra apibrėžtis Organizmų (augalų, gyvūnų, grybų, mikroorganizmų) gaunama iš aplinkos neorganinių ir organinių medžiagų visuma. Būtinas kūno audiniams susidaryti ir atsinaujinti. Palaiko gyvybinę… …

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  • 52food — maistas statusas T sritis Kūno kultūra ir sportas apibrėžtis Neorganinių ir organinių medžiagų, kurias gauna organizmas iš aplinkos, visuma, būtina kūno audiniams susidaryti ir atsinaujinti, organizmo gyvybinei veiklai palaikyti, kūno energijai… …

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  • 53food·ie — /ˈfuːdi/ noun, pl ies [count] informal : a person who enjoys and cares about food very much The restaurant is very popular among foodies …

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  • 54Food — Feed Cette page d’homonymie répertorie les différents sujets et articles partageant un même nom …

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  • 55food — n. [A.S. foda, fodder] Any material that an organism obtains from the environment that yields energy or supplies matter for its growth …

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  • 56FOOD —    See AGRICULTURE; COOKING …

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  • 57food — Synonyms and related words: aliment, bread, chow, comestibles, commons, eatables, eats, edibles, feed, foodstuff, foodstuffs, grub, meat, nourishment, nurture, nutriment, pabulum, pap, provender, provisions, rations, scoff, subsistence,… …

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  • 58FOOD — ICAO Airportcode f. Moanda (Gabon) …

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  • 59food — The Jews were not gluttons, and although they ate mostly products of the soil, they were not vegetarians. Fish [[➝ fish]] were plentiful, grasshoppers were eaten fried, but other meat, always with a concern for what was kosher, i.e. ritually… …

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  • 60FOOD — ICAO Airportcode f. Moanda ( Gabon) …

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