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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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00 million (c) has experience as contractor within last five years for at least one dredging or nourishment work for 4 lakh cubic meter work contract amounting to INR 145.
Churchgoing parishioners are not the only ones seeking nourishment from the Church for their opposition to the killings.
Assuming an equal distribution of mitigation cost, beachfront homeowners receive the greatest net benefit from a beach nourishment episode that stabilizes the beach and protects their homes from the encroaching ocean.
Dove Regenerative Nourishment is the latest addition to Unilever's Dove Advanced Hair Series collection, which is billed as using a combination of technologies and ingredients to replenish nutrients and help repair damaged hair.
Joyce Rupp published her first book, Fresh Bread and Other Gifts of Spiritual Nourishment, a collection of prose, poetry and prayers that explored the spiritual nourishment that could be found in everyday life.
Our entry consisted of a stop-motion animation, in which the children acted out a weather scene - the sun beating down and then the rain falling to provide essential nourishment that enable the wonderful world we live in to flourish," said Michala Blackwell, the school's Eco "Our entry consisted of a stop-motion animation, in which the children acted out a weather scene - the sun beating down and then the rain falling to provide essential nourishment that enable the wonderful world we live in to flourish," said Michala Blackwell, the school's Eco Council leader.
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.
Abstract: Some people have learned to defend against taking in nourishment that is available, whether it be emotional or physical, because their early life experience was that accepting nourishment carried a heavy price.
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.
This oil powerful cocktail of emollient and active anti-oxidant ingredients brings shine, nourishment and condition to the hair.
Three new products join the line-up: Indulgent Nourishment Lotion, Hydro Nourishment and Summer Glow Shimmer (rsp: [pounds sterling] 3.