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enrich

(ĕn-rĭch′)
tr.v. en·riched, en·riching, en·riches
1. To add fertilizer to.
2. To add nutrients to: The dairy enriched its milk with vitamin D.

en·rich′er n.
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It combines with a fixed option rider, the Enricher, to try to accumulate more cash value or a greater death benefit.
THROTTLE (verb vs noun) (I) choke, stop, (2) choke, starter aid, fuel mix enricher
In addition to being a regular speaker for the University of Houston and various Chambers of Commerce, Kaufman is the author of the "Financing Matters" column of The Realty Investment Club of Houston's EnRICHer Newsletter and the Jacksonville Real Estate Association's Investor Insights Newsletter.
discussion director, literary luminary, event planner, vocabulary enricher and connector).
Compost is invaluable as a soil conditioner and enricher, and also as a mulch.
But set against that, the end product is of much higher quality and the finest soil and compost enricher you are ever likely to find.
Represented are leading reactor companies, the largest uranium producer, the largest enricher of uranium, the leading civil nuclear engineering and construction firms, and many other companies at the forefront of the global commercial nuclear industry.
Department of Commerce determined that French enricher Eurodif S.
2:1 Valve Train: SOHC; three valves per cylinder Induction: PGM-FI with automatic enricher circuit, one 38mm throttle body Ignition: Digital with three-dimensional mapping, two spark plugs per cylinder Transmission: Five-speed Final drive: Shaft Suspension Front: 45mm fork; 4.
In 2002, after a yearlong investigation, the department found that two European enrichers were receiving unfair subsidies and, in the case of the French enricher, dumping LEU in the U.
enricher, said the department's action will benefit the long-term interests of the nuclear industry.
Duties against European LEU imports have been in place since February 2002, following a DOC ruling that two European uranium enrichers were receiving unfair government subsidies and, in the case of the French enricher, dumping LEU in the U.