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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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Harmonic's comprehensive on-demand video delivery platform is designed to optimize and simplify content creation, ingest, distribution and delivery.
The global explosion in content creation and distribution has led to growing media ingest and management requirements that cannot be met cost-effectively with traditional broadcast systems.
It will include server and RAID storage, and one Ingest licence.
Taken together, the new work and the diet studies raise knotty questions about the maximum amount of vitamin A that a person can safely ingest each day, says study coauthor Karl Michaelsson, an orthopedic surgeon at University Hospital in Uppsala, Sweden.
After exercising, athletes can ingest one or two packets along with at least 10 oz.
NASDAQ:HLIT) today enhanced its on-demand software solutions to simplify the creation of video assets from live and offline sources with the introduction of the LIVEcut[TM] scheduler and new functionality on the Ingest Gateway.
For 3D stereoscopic productions, PlayMaker can offer three 3D stereo ingests and one stereo output with all of PlayMaker's advanced smart controller capabilities.
SEATTLE, June 9 /PRNewswire/ -- thePlatform, the leading white-label video management and publishing company, today introduced a new video Ingest Service as part of the company's media publishing system (mps).
Mosquito larvae ingest one type, which not only reproduces in the bugs' tissues but also forms another spore type that invades the females' eggs.
The new VOD system can support up to 105 real-time ingest channels boasting near-instantaneous playback versus live broadcast.
LAS VEGAS, April 18 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- In order to support evolving multi-service broadcast delivery models, Harris Corporation today announced its plans to provide two key applications that are part of Harris' H-Class(TM) Play-out Automation Solution and H-Class Ingest Solution: H-Class Broadcast Presentation Manager (BPM), Harris' next-generation play-out automation offering; and H-Class Media Ingest, a tool suite for automating the mission-critical, front-end media ingest process.
In particular, they wanted to measure the no-effect level, the highest daily perchlorate dose a person can ingest without experiencing any inhibition of iodine uptake.