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  • 1 nourishment — n. 1) to take nourishment 2) to give nourishment 3) nourishment for * * * [ nʌrɪʃmənt] to give nourishment to take nourishment nourishment for …

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  • 2 nourishment — [[t]nʌ̱rɪʃmənt, AM nɜ͟ːr [/t]] 1) N UNCOUNT If something provides a person, animal, or plant with nourishment, it provides them with the food that is necessary for life, growth, and good health. The mother provides the embryo with nourishment and …

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  • 3 take — [tāk] vt. took, taken, taking [ME taken < OE tacan < ON taka < ? IE base * dēg , to lay hold of] I to get possession of by force or skill; seize, grasp, catch, capture, win, etc. 1. to get by conquering; capture; seize 2. to trap, snare …

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  • 4 nourishment — noun ADJECTIVE ▪ adequate, proper ▪ lack of adequate nourishment ▪ emotional, intellectual, spiritual VERB + NOURISHMENT …

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  • 5 take — verb ADVERB ▪ well ▪ badly ▪ She took the news of her father s death very badly. ▪ seriously ▪ I wanted to be taken seriously as an artist …

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  • 6 Ocean nourishment — See also: Iron fertilization Ocean Nourishment is a type of geoengineering based on the purposeful introduction of nutrients to the upper ocean [1] to increase marine food production [2] and to sequester carbon dioxide from the atmosphere.… …

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  • 7 Crime and Nourishment — Infobox Television episode Title = Crime and Nourishment Series = Garfield and Friends Caption = Season = 2 Episode = 96 Airdate = November 25, 1989 Production = G032 C Writer = Mark Evanier Sharman DiVono Director = Tom Ray Karen Peterson Jeff… …

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  • 8 To take root — Root Root, n. [Icel. r[=o]t (for vr[=o]t); akin to E. wort, and perhaps to root to turn up the earth. See {Wort}.] 1. (Bot.) (a) The underground portion of a plant, whether a true root or a tuber, a bulb or rootstock, as in the potato, the onion …

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  • 9 Terri Schiavo — Infobox Person name = Terri Schiavo caption = Terri Schiavo in hospice with her mother on August 11, 2001 birth date = birth date|1963|12|3|mf=y birth place = Lower Moreland Township, Pennsylvania death date = death date and… …

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  • 10 feed — I. v. a. 1. Give food to, furnish with provisions, supply with nourishment. 2. Supply, contribute to, provide for. 3. Nourish, cherish, sustain. 4. Supply with material. II. v. n. 1. Eat, take food, take nourishment. 2 …

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  • 11 Moses in rabbinic literature — Rabbinic Literature Talmudic literature Mishnah • Tosefta Jerusalem Talmud • Babylonian Talmud Minor tractates Halakhic Midrash Mekhilta de Rabbi Yishmael (Exodus) Mekhilta de Rabbi Shimon (Exodus) Sifra (Leviticus) Sifre (Numbers Deuteronomy)… …

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  • 12 Euglena — Scientific classification Domain: Eukaryota Kingdom: Protista …

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  • 13 diet — I. n. 1. Food, provision, victuals, aliment, nutriment, nourishment, subsistence, provision, fare, viands, regimen, cheer, rations, commons. 2. Assembly, convention, council, convocation, congress, parliament. II. v. n. 1. Eat sparingly, eat by… …

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  • 14 Brahmajala Sutta (Theravada) — The Brahmajala Sutta is the first of 34 suttas in the Digha Nikaya (the Long Discourses of the Buddha). The name comes from brahma (perfect wisdom) and jala (net which embraced all views). The sutta is also called Atthajala (Net of Essence),… …

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  • 15 eat — [v1] consume food absorb, attack, banquet, bite, bolt*, break bread*, breakfast, chew, chow down*, cram*, devour, digest, dine, dispatch, dispose of, fall to, feast upon, feed, gobble up*, gorge, gormandize, graze*, have a bite*, have a meal,… …

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  • 16 Fast — Fast, n. [OE. faste, fast; cf. AS. f[ae]sten, OHG. fasta, G. faste. See {Fast}, v. i.] 1. Abstinence from food; omission to take nourishment. [1913 Webster] Surfeit is the father of much fast. Shak. [1913 Webster] 2. Voluntary abstinence from… …

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  • 17 Fast day — Fast Fast, n. [OE. faste, fast; cf. AS. f[ae]sten, OHG. fasta, G. faste. See {Fast}, v. i.] 1. Abstinence from food; omission to take nourishment. [1913 Webster] Surfeit is the father of much fast. Shak. [1913 Webster] 2. Voluntary abstinence… …

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  • 18 To break one's fast — Fast Fast, n. [OE. faste, fast; cf. AS. f[ae]sten, OHG. fasta, G. faste. See {Fast}, v. i.] 1. Abstinence from food; omission to take nourishment. [1913 Webster] Surfeit is the father of much fast. Shak. [1913 Webster] 2. Voluntary abstinence… …

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  • 19 nurse — I. noun Etymology: Middle English norice, norce, nurse, from Anglo French nurice, from Late Latin nutricia, from Latin, feminine of nutricius nourishing more at nutritious Date: 13th century 1. a. a woman who suckles an infant not her own ; wet… …

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  • 20 Selected court cases in the Terri Schiavo case — Guardianship challengedOn February 14, 1993, Terri s husband, Michael Schiavo, and the Schindlers had a falling out; Mr. Schiavo claimed the argument arose due to his refusal to share the settlement money with the Schindlers. The Schindlers claim …

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