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nourishment

[′nər·ish·mənt]
(geology)
The replenishment of a beach, either naturally (such as by littoral transport) or artificially (such as by deposition of dredged materials).
(hydrology)
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Whyte, 46, who was not present or represented, previously had a PS5000-amonth aliment order made against him.
En effet, des etudes anterieures revelent qu'un aliment sur lequel on applique une restriction est selectionne plus souvent, notamment par la fille d'age prescolaire, et que l'apport en cet aliment s'en trouve augmente (2).
Reportedly Dimitry committed suicide attempt to protest the aliment debt in the amount of 100 thousand Ruble (3120$).
Gandhi had undergone a surgery for an aliment in August and returned to the capital last month.
L'explication est que beaucoup de ces aliments contiennent les fameux << antioxydants >>.
Helicobacter pylori enzymes Aliment Pharmacol Ther 1996;10 (Suppl 1):65-71.
I observe their burrowing and feasting on containers of a Jello-like aliment.
Role of reactive oxygen metabolites in aspirin-induced gastric damage in humans: gastroprotection by vitamin C," Aliment.
Hachiyo's bankruptcy administrator has filed a lawsuit at the district court demanding Aliment return the money to the administrator.
The girls' mother, Rosalind Bowman, obtained a court order 12 years ago which said their father had to pay regular aliment.
In his aliment claim, the lad said he was supported by his mum, who had to supply his school uniform, clothing, food and other expenses.
But Madison sought to check faction with faction, not to restrict the liberty to lobby: "Liberty is to faction what air is to fire, an aliment without which it instantly expires.