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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 ingestion of non-food items can lead to toxicity, asphyxiation from ingesting plastic and intestinal blockages requiring surgery," Dr.
carnea in naive or less experienced animals, whereas in animals that have been ingesting the plant for long periods this method of reducing losses is not effective.
According to Holick and his coauthors, ingesting mushrooms containing vitamin D2 can be an effective strategy to enhance a persons' vitamin D status.
They are kept aloft by lighted candles - but they can cause fires, injuries to people, and death to livestock ingesting the remains of lanterns' metal frames which fall across the countryside.
Professor Yoshinori Mine found that mice predisposed to an egg allergy became desensitized to the allergen after repeatedly ingesting on]y a portion of the protein known to trigger the allergic reaction.
Connolly, believes an infant could die from ingesting just 10-17 Camel Orbs.
The EWGS L5 is also fully compatible with Edius Ingest (for creating an Edius ingest station), SimulEdit (allowing Edius clients to work on clips while they are still ingesting) and Edius XRE (a turnkey edit station for bulk processing the final render and conform of Edius projects).
In one case, a 90-pound Labrador Retriever showed signs after ingesting 15 paintballs.
Tension gripped employees of a bank in Deira after a 36-year-old Tunisian employee attempted to commit suicide by ingesting a huge amount of drugs on Monday after receiving a warning letter for underperformance, XPRESS has learnt.
children were treated in hospital emergency departments in 2004 after ingesting drugs, cleaning products and/or other poisonous substances.
In other words, these people enjoyed the inner benefits of a self-induced mystical encounter without ingesting any mind-altering drugs.
The concept that ingesting a more alkaline beverage would enhance the intra-cellular movement of water seems physiologically implausible.