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fatty

1. containing, consisting of, or derived from fat
2. (esp of tissues, organs, etc.) characterized by the excessive accumulation of fat
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Etiologies of the condition is purely physical and include high environmental temperature, prolonged and severe muscular exertion, especially when humidity is high, fattiness of animal, heavy hair coat and confinement with inadequate ventilation.
The absence of significant changes in carcass weight, yield index and carcass yield grade between the treatments may be the result of body weight during slaughter and its effect on fattiness (Preston and Willis, 1974).
The only concrete evidence is found in Nirangestan 38, where *auuazdiia is glossed as an i nizeir ke pih vazdug nest "a meager one, who has no fat or vazdug," from which it would seem that vazduuara of body refers to fattiness.
This is not to say that the gustatory is anything but a complex experience, involving as it does physiological elements like the basic tastes (saltiness, sourness, sweetness, bitterness, and the savouriness/umami promoted by Japanese and Chinese cuisine), other tongue sensations like texture, temperature, piquancy (spicy-hotness), minty-coolness, astringency, fattiness, and numbness (provided by the Sichuan pepper).
The greasy fattiness was countered by a side of lugasi salad with its slightly sour bouquet of crunchy chopped veggies.
When paired with dried meat, those astringent beverages indeed counter the slippery sensation that goes with fattiness.
99, Marks & Spencer Super-value red from Argentina, full of deliciously bright cherry fruit, both red and black, juicy acidity and just enough tannin to cut through the fattiness of lamb or good sausages.
Excessive fattiness is precisely why, when caring for the critically ill in North America, glucose levels are tightly controlled with insulin--a procedure necessary even for those not thought to be diabetic.
He directed several acclaimed dramas explicit in their social awareness (Silent Love, 1986; My Dear Son, 1989), but even his ostensibly trivial comedies (Double Fattiness, 1988; The Wrong Couples, 1987) are rooted in themes of class disparities and familial togetherness.
The chocolate counteracted the sometimes overbearing, oily taste of duck to where there was no fattiness or gaminess to the meat.
efficacy of high-protein "finishing" diets on growth, fattiness and processing yield of channel catfish, Ictalurus punctatus.