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eaten

(ēt′n)
v.
Past participle of eat
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It was almost fresh and tasted better than anything Dorothy had eaten in the town.
"Matter!" cried a rye loafer, indignantly, "why the horrid beast has eaten three of our dear Crumpets, and is now devouring a Salt-rising Biscuit!"
I've been kind to you and eaten your old wheelbarrows and pianos and rubbish, an' not said a word.
Had the cub thought in man-fashion, he might have epitomised life as a voracious appetite and the world as a place wherein ranged a multitude of appetites, pursuing and being pursued, hunting and being hunted, eating and being eaten, all in blindness and confusion, with violence and disorder, a chaos of gluttony and slaughter, ruled over by chance, merciless, planless, endless.
It must be eaten. Take any other dog and leave the pig.
When that was eaten, the sparrow asked him whether he had had enough now.
Warning signs to look out for include: Skipping meals | Hiding food | Frequent complaints |about being overweight when the person is a normal weight or underweight Regularly declining |food by saying they have already eaten or will eat later but where no one actually sees the person eat Difficulty or refusal to |eat in public Using websites that |encourage eating disorders For more |information visit the Beat charity website at b-eat.co.uk or call its helpline for those affected by eating disorders on 0845 634 7650 (2pm-4pm Monday-Friday).
Like any good student of philosophy, to understand "mindful eating," appreciate first its antithesis - "mindless eating." For the most part, that's easy - because that's what we do when we eat in front of the TV, munch the popcorn while watching a movie, or wolf down what's supposed to be lunch eaten in 30 minutes but gone in five.
This mechanism has run into problems, though, with food that is cheap and instantly available and eaten swiftly, they argued.
Your choices should depend on what else you've eaten that day," says Zincowski.
Globally, most grains are eaten directly by people.