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ad lib

[‚ad ′lib]
(biology)
Shortened form for ad libitum; without limit or restraint.

Ad Lib

An earlier sound card from Ad Lib, Inc., Quebec City, that, for a while, was the de facto standard for synthesized background music for computer games. It was a precursor to the MIDI standard.
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During this phase, the rats were maintained on ad lib feeding to sustain the reinforcer devaluation.
Investment banker Dumisani Kapangn, 27, a regular at Ad Lib, tried their challenge last week but gave up after 20 minutes having eaten half the burger.
Foram comparados os desem-penhos de tres grupos privados a 100%, 90% e 80% do peso ad lib em uma tarefa de DRL-20 s (Teste 1).
ROCK ON, TOMMY: Bobby (right) and Mr Cannon will have an ad lib ball at the Forum
Subjects were individually housed and fed ad lib (rodent chow was kept in an external food bin built that was part of the cage lid).
'It will be so nice for the guys from Ad Lib to play in Liverpool as they are huge Beatle fans.'
Ad Lib's medical insurance premiums through Springfield-based PacificSource Health Plans costs the firm about $32,000 a year, Smith said.
In another study that compared postoperative feedings after pyloromyotomy, ad lib feeders had slightly more emesis, but reached full feeds sooner (Carpenter et al., 1999).
In a few trials, subjects reported mentally preparing to move a few seconds before flexing, despite encouragement to make ad lib, spontaneous decisions to move.
The club will be jumping this weekend with birthday vibes, and tomorrow the celebrations will begin at 9.30pm with a performance by the Sarah Fenwick Ad Lib Trio: Sarah Fenwick on vocals, Alexis Kasinos on guitar and Costas Challoumas on double bass.
Charmant UK has launched four new ophthalmic frames for women in its Ad Lib collection, taking the collection up to 22 styles.
This is when politicians aides cringe when their clients ad lib. This is how media consultants grow gray hair.