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dement

(dĭ-mĕnt′)
tr.v. de·mented, de·menting, de·ments
1. To cause (a person) to become mentally deranged.
2. To cause (a person) to lose intellectual capacity.
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We're firing rifles all the time, and we've gotten to the point now where we're pretty good at it," Dement said.
Dement emphasizes that a single good night of sleep won't do much to help a seriously sleep-deprived person.
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Dement will be responsible for leading Windstream s corporate development efforts and investment strategy, as well as the short-term and long-term financial forecasting process.
Therefore, pasta sauce varieties containing premium ingredients -- including higher-end oils (such as grape-seed oil), fancy cheeses and functional/nutritional additives -- will "hit big at the retail level next year," DeMent explains.
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Reviewed by Melanie DeMent, NCTM, Newark, Delaware.
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Dement, Stanford University professor and the world's leading authority on sleep, as one of its sleep-section speakers.
For instance, as early as Le Dement du lac Jean-Jeunes (1948), a nightmarish short Jutra directed as a teenager, an insane child kidnapper plunges to a watery death.
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