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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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Dabur has undertaken extensive research to create a pioneering product that provides the nourishment of oils through daily use and replaces conditioners and treatment products," he said.
In South Africa, a respected mining engineer concerned about the wasting away of AIDS and TB patients developed a full nourishment food supplement that goes beyond anything available from conventional sources, enabling patients to make remarkable improvements in only a few months.
The lead article in this issue is "The Nourishment Barrier: The Shock Response to Toxic Intimacy" by David Hartman and Diane Zimberoff.
In a recent interview with Essence magazine, Smith revealed that she maintained her healthy lifestyle by not eating for pleasure but for nourishment.
The Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted star admitted that she eats for nourishment, as she believed that the taste of meals is irrelevant to what it does for the body.
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He said: "In the end it wasn't cancer that killed him -the cancer had gone -he died from lack of nourishment.
A LEADING researcher on Pranic nourishment from Australia and also the President of the Global Congress of Spiritual scientists, Jasmuheen has been living on love and fresh air, called Prana, for the past 16 years.
The Baby K'tan Baby Carrier was created by two couples who had babies with special needs and wanted to provide the infants with sensory nourishment and parent-child bonding.
Cleverly, they spun this practice as "beach nourishment," "beach renourishment" or "beach replenishment.
JOAN SAYS: Being asked to participate in something pleasurable and peaceful like a picnic by the sea, and also being offered emotional nourishment symbolised by the food and wine, represents how others view you.
Making Heart-Bread is more than a picturebook--it teaches young readers how to take in emotional and spiritual nourishment from grateful memories of the day, and how to trust in the love of one's family and caretakers.