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ingestion

[in′jes·chən]
(biology)
The act or process of taking food and other substances into the animal body.

ingestion

Anything swallowed by an engine, including foreign objects like pebbles, birds, and metal parts. However, the term does not include air.
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The deceased woman's eldest daughter didn't ingest the poisoned food and therefore remained safe.
GML has used the batch ingest method most frequently.
These are used to ingest multiple feeds which are encoding natively in an XDCAM HD 50 codec as well as playout live broadcast feeds.
We researched a number of competing products and loved Vantages tight integration with Avid edit systems, its built-in workflow management, the compliance with AS-10 formats and the real operational efficiencies we could gain from using the Camera Ingest and Analysis options.
SKYWATCH automatically controls the whole ingest process and monitors all third-party systems or applications that are part of the workflow.
Tel Aviv, June 15, 2012 - (ACN Newswire) - Actus Digital, a developer of web-based media monitoring, content repurposing and verification solutions for broadcasters, is showcasing new media ingest technology at the Broadcast Asia 2012 exhibition, held in Singapore from June 19-22 (stand 4M2-01).
Consider the following example: If we use a popular data rate of 220Mbps, a small system comprising two four-ingest/two-playout edit seats (six streams per edit seat), a 34Mbps E3 FTP ingest and a 5x real-time file transfer archive would result in a bandwidth of 5094Mbps (see Figure 1 for calculations).
Although it's unlikely a child will ingest very many cigarettes or cigarette butts, it's easy to see how a child might eat an entire container of Camel Orbs.
The dying person must ingest the lethal dose on his own, without help from anyone else.
In addition, spent balloons are dangerous to animals, which often get tangled up in the attached ribbons or mistake balloons for prey and ingest them, wreaking havoc with their digestive tracts.
Dark urine with a strong odor is a red flag for dehydration, and is an indicator to gradually ingest additional fluids and/or a sports drink.
But the judge also said the boy could ingest the substance when he is fully aware of its implications, is emotionally and physically ready and has the permission of both of his parents, the Associated Press reported.