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fortification

Neurology
Scintillating scotoma, see there.
 
Nutrition
Enrichment, see there.

fortification

Nutrition The addition of a required dietary component to a food that doesn't usually have it. See Fortified food, Supplementation.
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Marker notes that both fortifications 'possess not only outstanding historical and cultural significance, but are also exceptional in terms of artistic significance' due to their architectural styles and artistic elements.
Scholars from across Europe present new results and new interpretations of research into ancient fortifications in the Old World, oscillating between the poles of regionality and connectivity.
SANA reporter said that the army units engaged in fierce clashes with ISIS terrorist groups in Howeijet Saqer and al-Sinaa neighborhood, as the army air force and artillery directed intensive strikes on ISIS fortifications and hideouts in the neighborhoods of al-Sheikh Yassin, Souk al-Hal, Sinema Fouad Street, al-Howeiqa, al-Jbeiliyeh, al-Rashdiyeh, al-Ummal, Kanamat, Khasarat and al-Aradi.
Lahore -- Punjab Minister for Labour and Human Resource Raja Ashfaq Sarwar has said that government would bring legislative reforms for mandatory fortification of staple foods as approximately 2-3 percent of GDP is lost every year due to growing unskilled, economically unproductive population resulting in impairment of cognitive development caused by micro nutrient deficiencies.
"The fortifications appear to protect an artificial harbor," lead archaeologist Dr.
Fortifications also are places where the material history of the medieval and early colonial period can be documented.
The fortifications, including a monumental gatehouse and a 70-metres long section of an ancient wall, were found just outside the present-day walls of Jerusalem's Old City, next to the holy compound known to Jews as the Temple Mount and to Muslims as the Noble Sanctuary.
Originally published in Armenian as Butrinti dhe fortifikmet e tij (Tirana 1984), this archaeological study of the military fortifications of the ancient city of Butrint is important for two reasons.
Trench Warfare under Grant and Lee: Field Fortifications in the Overland Campaign, by Earl J.
Cynthia Riesterer says the technique addresses every inch of the body and that "each one of the 17 fortifications is based on working a specific body part or a quality of movement." Riesterer teaches at Cincinnati School for the Creative and Performing Arts.
Rene Chartreand's The Spanish Main 1492-1800 (1846030056, $16.95) focuses on early fortifications and examples of medieval styles, providing a special survey of the 'Spanish Main' an area encompassing the West Indies and the Central American and Mexican coast.
Recent investigations on the Isthmus of Corinth by the Eastern Korinthia Archaeological Survey (EKAS) have revealed a series of relatively humble fortifications situated along the ridge of Mt.