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nutriment

 [noo´trĭ-ment]
nutrient (def. 2).
nourishment; food and other nourishing materials.

nutriment

/nu·tri·ment/ (noo´trĭ-mint) nutrient (2).

nutriment

(no͞o′trə-mənt, nyo͞o′-)
n.
1. A source of nourishment; food.
2. An agent that promotes growth or development.

nu′tri·men′tal (-mĕn′tl) adj.

nutriment

[no̅o̅′trimənt]
Etymology: L, nutriens, food that nourishes
any substance that nourishes and aids the growth and the development of the body. See also food.

nutriment

nourishment; nutritious material; food.
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Conclusion: Maternal good nutriment and good salary is found to be beneficial for children's nutriment.
Table 1: Dietary record of the subjects (mean [+ or -] SD) Nutriments Daily Intake Reference Dietary Mean (SD) Intake (RDI) Kilocalorie 3302 (709) (2300-3450) (a) Carbohydrate (g) 432.
Thus, from one principle devised by the Creator in his wisdom, that principle in accordance with which the female has been made less perfect than the male, have stemmed all these things useful for the generation of the animal: that the parts of the female cannot escape to the outside; that she accumulates an excess of useful nutriment and has imperfect semen and a hollow instrument to receive the perfect semen; that since everything in the male is the opposite [of what it is in the female], the male member has been elongated to be most suitable for coitus and the excretion of semen; and that his semen itself has been made thick, abundant, and warm (GALEN, 1968, II.
Gone is the notion that the dead are "alive and well somewhere" (LG 1855, 17); now, they have become nutriment.
The efficacy of tamoxifen in estrogen receptor-positive breast cancer cells is enhanced by a medical nutriment.
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As there is a cycle of nutriment and engenduring in the mother-son cycle of the elemental energy, so there is a system of checks and balances or a controlling cycle which is called the enemy-friend cycle.
Menenius, a patrician senator, has a famous speech early on defending his class to that same mob by analogizing the city to a body with the patricians as the stomach, taking in the nutriment and distributing it as appropriate.
That was our starting point: Every baby, like every other living thing, must take in nutriment in order to survive and grow in ways appropriate to our species.
10] NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL Nutriment Requirements of Dairy Cattle.
In some cases by the nutriment originally deposited by the mother the filament acquires parts not exactly similar to those of the father, as in the production of mules and mulattos.
Species potential for cultivation (Calendula officinalis L), Special consideration is given to plants used as pharmaceutical industry, nutriment supplements, food and bringing immense financial benefit.