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supplement

Geometry
a. either of a pair of angles whose sum is 180°
b. an arc of a circle that when added to another arc forms a semicircle
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It was a fair size, but it looked quite large, since there was hardly any furniture in it; there was no carpet on the floor; there were no pictures on the walls; and most rooms had something, photographs or supplements in cheap frames from the Christmas numbers of the illustrated papers.
The correspondents wrote it up, and once more Burning Daylight, King of the Klondike, was sensationally featured in the Sunday supplements of the United States.
According to the most recent "CRN Consumer Survey on Dietary Supplements," supplement users engage in the following healthy habits in higher percentages than do those who don't take vitamins, minerals and other supplements:
EN was unable to find any independent analysis measuring the thousands of natural phytonutrients whole food supplement makers claim their products contain.
Manufacturers are not legally allowed to state that a particular supplement will treat, cure, and prevent disease, however it is permissible for the makers to suggest that a specific supplement may contribute to well-being and maintenance of good health.
When asked why they take supplements, 53% of supplement users said they took dietary supplements for overall health and wellness; 35% said it was to fill in nutrient gaps in their diet.
As chairman of the 2006 EEE meeting (and hence the supplement editor), I started out with a rather ambitious program, which consisted of:
Unlike the 2005 Supplement, which only included new or significantly revised sections, the 2006 Supplement was issued in its entirety.
When asked about their images of supplement products (multiple answers allowed), 50.
To Weil's foundation: a "donation" of 1 percent of all supplement sales from Weil's Web sites and his section of drugstore.
At the same time, a growing segment of the population is involved in what has been called the "wellness" movement, seeking to preempt disease through an abstemious lifestyle that includes exercise and sound nutritional habits, as well as regular use of vitamin and mineral supplements.