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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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The treatment was launched in Nourish earlier this week, and ECHO reporter Catherine Murphy was one of the first to try it.
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A non-profit service organization, Nourish International, has student-based groups countrywide.
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The new line includes shampoos and conditioners in three formulations--Nourish + Moisturize, Nourish + Revitalize and Nourish + Volumize as well as a Nourish + Soothe shampoo and a Nourish + Condition leavein treatment.
Nourish your skin with this creamy blend of nutrients, enriched with macadamia and avocado oils to soften and protect skin and antioxidant Totara extract
Few plants provide such a rich resource to help nurture our wellness and nourish our bodies.
These beauty products are reasonable on your pocket and help families and businessess to grow-so help other peoples lives and nourish yours at the same time.
His concern has always been to nourish human beings like beautiful fruit.
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