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ingredient

(in-grēd′ē-ĕnt) [L. ingredi, to enter]
Any part or component of a compound, a mixture, or a more complex substance.
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As we sailed away, after procuring the necessary ingredients of our chemical fuel, the Grubittens lined the shore in silent wonder at the strange sight of our dainty craft dancing over the sparkling waters, and watched us until we were lost to their sight.
com/research/7dc287/functional) has announced the addition of the "Functional Non-Meat Ingredients Market by Ingredient, Meat Type, Product & by Region - Forecast to 2020" report to their offering.
SC Johnson will expand its ingredient disclosure efforts by providing product-specific fragrance ingredient information.
Is it true that the chefs have hints as to what the ingredient might be before production begins on an episode?
There are many good ingredient options with lots of flavor that lend themselves to lush five-ingredient dessert possibilities, he adds - for example, pumpkin pie filling that's already spiced and sweetened.
The cosmetics industry will direct you to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), the FDA will direct you to the Cosmetics Ingredient Review (CIR) panel, and the CIR will gladly tell you about all the wonderful research they are doing in the name of safety to keep consumers happy and healthy.
Launched in 1991, "Food Product Design" is a monthly title for the food ingredient and flavors industry and covers the design and reformulation of food products.
It has been long known that the adjuvants (commonly and misleadingly called "inert" ingredients) may be toxic and may enhance or supplement the toxic effects of the active pesticidal ingredient.
McDonald's said an ingredient list for this burger was not available at press time.
Most supplements that are labeled with ingredient information claim only to have some specified quantity of mixed ephedra alkaloids--information too general to offer much gauge of potency, says Gurley.
Some manufacturers may have poor quality control where the amount of an active ingredient may differ from the amount listed.
Each ingredient is then dispensed by the most efficient feeder (vibratory, screw and/or airslide) into a receptacle to within 1% accuracy of total ingredient weighment (depending on material characteristics, feed rate requirements, etc.