Meal

  • 81meal moth — meal moth. См. мельничная огневка. (Источник: «Англо русский толковый словарь генетических терминов». Арефьев В.А., Лисовенко Л.А., Москва: Изд во ВНИРО, 1995 г.) …

    Молекулярная биология и генетика. Толковый словарь.

  • 82meal ticket — meal′ tick et n. 1) a ticket that entitles the bearer to meals 2) someone or something necessary for one s livelihood • Etymology: 1865–70 …

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  • 83meal ticket — ► NOUN ▪ a person or thing that is exploited as a source of income …

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  • 84meal ticket — ☆ meal ticket n. 1. a ticket entitling the holder to a specified value in meals at a particular restaurant 2. Slang a person, job, skill, etc. that one depends on as one s means of support …

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  • 85meal|y-mouthed — «MEE lee MOWTHD, MOWTHT», adjective. unwilling to tell the straight truth in plain words; using soft words insincerely: »a mealy mouthed politician. SYNONYM(S): hollow, insincere, equivocating …

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  • 86Meal, Ready-to-Eat — MRE redirects here. For other uses, see MRE (disambiguation). Two MRE packets: beef teriyaki and meatloaf with gravy The Meal, Ready to Eat commonly known as the MRE is a self contained, individual field ration in lightweight packaging bought by… …

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  • 87Meal structure in Italy — This article is part of the series …

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  • 88Meal train — A meal train is the process of organizing meal giving by matching the special meal needs and requests of the recipient with the availability and abilities of meal givers. Contents 1 Occasions 2 Importance 3 Process 4 Chall …

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  • 89Meal, Combat, Individual ration — Elements of a USAF Meal, Combat, Individual ration, as served in Da Nang, South Vietnam during the Vietnam War, 1966 or 1967 The Meal, Combat, Individual (MCI) was the name of canned wet combat rations issued by the United States Armed Forces… …

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  • 90Meal replacement — A meal replacement drink is one intended as a substitute for a solid food meal, usually for purposes of weight loss. Often such drinks are in the form of a health shake. Medically prescribed meal replacement drinks, which include required… …

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  • 91Meal-a-Day Fund — Christadelphians Main article Literature Bible Companion | Elpis Israel | Christendom Astray …

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  • 92meal moth — noun or meal snout moth : any of several small widely distributed moths (as the Indian meal moth or the Mediterranean flour moth) having larvae that feed in milled and stored grain products; especially : a small golden brown moth (Pyralis… …

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  • 93Meal Ticket — For other uses, see Mealticket. Meal Ticket Origin London, United Kingdom Genres Country rock Years active 1970s Past members …

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  • 94meal ticket — also meal ticket N SING: usu a N If you say that something or someone is a meal ticket, you mean that they provide a person with money or a lifestyle which they would not otherwise have. His chosen field was unlikely to be a meal ticket for life …

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  • 95meal ticket — UK / US noun [countable] Word forms meal ticket : singular meal ticket plural meal tickets 1) informal someone or something that you use to supply you with all the food or money that you need, instead of doing this for yourself 2) a ticket or… …

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  • 96Meal Ready to Eat — Jede Armee versorgt ihre Soldaten mit kleinen Verpflegungspaketen, die einem Soldaten für mindestens einen Tag genügen sollen, falls keine reguläre Verpflegung durch eine Feldküche oder Kantine möglich ist. Bei der Bundeswehr heißen diese… …

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  • 97meal ticket — 1. a ticket that entitles the bearer to meals in a specified restaurant, esp. when meals purchased in this manner are offered at reduced rates. 2. Informal. someone upon whom one is dependent for one s income or livelihood: selfish children who… …

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  • 98meal ticket — noun a) A ticket or voucher that can be exchanged for food. Volunteers are provided with a meal ticket for every four hours of service. b) Someone or something that provides income or livelihood, especially as an exploited source. I dont enjoy… …

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  • 99meal ticket — noun Date: circa 1899 one that serves as the ultimate source of one s income < an advanced degree was his meal ticket > …

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  • 100meal moth — a moth that infests grain and meal, such as Asopia farinalis or Pyralis farinalis …

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