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fortification

Neurology
Scintillating scotoma, see there.
 
Nutrition
Enrichment, see there.
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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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His doodles are of walls and designs of military fortifications," said Jean-Pierre Osenat, chairman of Paris-based auction house Osenat, which is handling the sale.
Rather than describing the military fortifications as pre-and post-gunpowder artillery, he often utilizes the terms "Hindu"' and "Muslim" to refer to the two eras.
It is layman's knowledge that physical barriers are considered useful only as early warnings and will not hamper the advancing forces if they managed to defeat or evade the established primary military fortifications along the route to the capital.
In 1637, Algonquin people refused Dutch demands to pay taxes for military fortifications. Beginning about 1660, newly arrived Quaker colonists began refusing demands to pay war taxes, and in 1709 the Quaker Assembly refused to pay some 4,000 British pounds for a campaign against Canada, noting that "it was contrary to their religious principles to hire men to kill one another."
In its strategic alliance with the theocracy of Iran, the Ba'thist regime of Damascus has since mid-2000 followed the model of Tehran in military fortifications; and more so since the US-led invasion of Iraq in March 2003.
Its survey of lingering impressions at battle sites, military fortifications, and even relics should not be missed.
Peruzzi's design innovations were extremely wide-ranging, as demonstrated by essays which consider his designs for tombs, villas, military fortifications, and ecclesiastical structures, including his work on St Peter's Basilica.
Little would be known about these were it not for a postbag dropped at military fortifications near Dunhuang in 314 and found by the scholar and archaeologist Aurel Stein in 1907.
American and British military fortifications back to 1859.
Scaled to Tristram's own forays at telling his life story, Toby's efforts after recuperation involve him in various narrative "exfoliations" that require him to master the discourse of military fortifications. In a sense, the loss he has suffered must be filled in with information.