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fortify

(for′tĭ-fī)
In food science technology, to add one or more substances to a food to increase its nutrient density.
fortifier (-fī″ĕr)
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Per capita wheat consumption in Pakistan is among the highest in the world, which makes wheat an ideal staple to fortify for widespread benefits.
Fortify is not a radical approach to addictive habits; its tried-and-true methods are, however, appealing and logical, and its eternally hopeful tone stands to continually persuade.
Fortify I integrated corpectomy spacers (Fortify I and Fortify I-R) are vertebral body replacement devices indicated by the U.S.
Also, the acquisition of Fortify enhances HPa[euro](tm)s application life cycle strategy and enriches the HP Secure Advantage portfolio by adding a complete application security offering.
"Fortify has always been committed to helping chief information security officers and application teams find, fix and prevent security vulnerabilities before they can be exploited by attackers," said John M.
"Finalists in this year's Jolt awards, including Fortify Software, represent the most innovative and elite in software development products," said Amber Ankerholz, Conference Manager of Dr.
"Fortify's technology allows us to assess and audit clients' code to ensure it is free of security vulnerabilities.
The Institute for Business & Home Safety has issued a series of construction and design suggestions to fortify a home against natural catastrophes, such as earthquakes, hurricanes, tornados and fire storms.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-9 December 2009-Fortify introduces Fortify on Demand(C)1994-2009 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.m2.com
Worldwide Computer Products News-7 April 2009-Fortify announces new release of Fortify 360 and hosted security solution(C)1995-2009 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.m2.com
Paris is to the north, and they don't fortify milk with vitamin D.