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de·nude

(dē'nūd),
To perform denudation.

de·nude

(dē-nūd')
To perform denudation.
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He emphasized that to accelerate the rehabilitation and reforestation of these unproductive, denuded and degraded areas, the government should seek the participation and investment of the private sector, with a view towards enabling private companies to achieve carbon neutrality.
Oocytes were either cryopreserved as immature cumulus compact (IMCC) and immature denuded (IMDN) oocytes or they were first matured in vitro for 28 h and then cryopreserved as mature cumulus compact (MCC) or mature denuded (MDN) oocytes in four groups.
Prema Devi of Upradi village, Uttarkashi, could not bear to see the surrounding forests being denuded.
Epithelial migration was observed from the limbal biopsies at the end of 48 h on the denuded and chitosan matrices (Fig.
Donny, a Dundee dandy, and Nina, an Ionian nun, dined on an onion in Indiana: Nina, denuded (indeed, undone) did iodine and died (adieu, Nina
The spokesman for the dredging industry said that it was not the dredging that was causing our beaches to be denuded of sand.
Without the visual iconography to affix their presence to the page, the reams of denuded words cause the reader to look beyond them for the source of their power.
A brush fire in Malibu Creek State Park that spread from a burning pickup truck denuded about five acres in nearly windless conditions early Saturday, authorities said.
The pas de deux in the cemetery towards the end - with Edward just for a little while denuded of his razor-sharp handicap - was almost too beautiful to watch.
The day after contact was lost with the missionaries, a jungle pilot spotted the exposed fuselage of the Piper Cruiser, which had been denuded of its yellow fabric.
The plan to grow trees over 600,000 hectares of bush land and denuded forest lands may fail to take place this year as the fund for he program is not yet available.
Desire for its riches led to vast areas of land being denuded of forests, leaving the land open to occasional storms that washed away the thin but precious layer of topsoil.