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ingest

(ĭn-jĕst′)
tr.v. in·gested, in·gesting, in·gests
To take into the body by the mouth for digestion or absorption.

in·gest′i·ble adj.
in·ges′tion n.
in·ges′tive adj.
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The new ingest capabilities let customers view content,add metadata and utilize it as if the content had been recorded directly into Actus.
Accessing content during ingest is often needed and true shared storage makes this possible--that is, a single, online storage system connected to all ingest, editing and playout devices.
A review of calls received by 61 poison control centers nationwide from 2006 through 2008 found 13,705 cases of children under age six that had ingested tobacco products.
Traditionally in Europe and North America, infections with fish tapeworms were incurred during the preparation of gefilte fish by Jewish women who tasted bits of uncooked freshwater fish and thus ingested plerocercoids (21).
Those who ingest the plant believe it provides physical and spiritual benefits such as enlightenment.
The action of the screw flights causes material to be ingested and turned over, thereby exposing more stock to the cooled metal surfaces of the machine.
And because we eat so much grain and added fat (like butter and lard), we ingest the greates total amount of pesticides from these foods.(1) (That could change once we've had a chance to analyze newer data.)
The Ingest-to-Post solution leverages EVS' software-defined server technology and micro-services architecture -- and reduces the time between the ingest of live multi-camera feeds to post-production in studio entertainment environments.
"These magnets are today easily available as toys and children, who ingest them can face obstruction, perforation and ulceration in the stomach and intestines.
Porto, Portugal, August 26, 2016 --(PR.com)-- MOG, the leading provider of MXF and centralized ingest solutions, will showcase how simple it is to acquire valuable insight and dashboard data about any production environments performance, third-party systems, and resource usage through a single and unified platform.
When animals other than cats ingest infective Tgondii oocysts, the oocysts hatch in their Gl tract and ultimately migrate to tissues in various parts of the body (usually muscles), where they form cysts that remain in the animal's body for the rest of its life.