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predigest

(prē′dī-jĕst′, -dĭ-)
tr.v. predi·gested, predi·gesting, predi·gests
1. To subject (food) to partial digestion, usually through an enzymatic or chemical process, before ingestion.
2. To render in a simpler style or form.

pre′di·ges′tion n.
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Though FJ is safer has got limitations of smaller tubes, lesser quantity of feeds and need for predigested formulas which are costly.
"lithe world changed" was the title and theme offered to the artists, and the resulting exhibition was dominated by research-driven, issue-based art--all predigested and explained by leaden interpretive texts that accompanied each work.
If the dialogue at times sounds a touch predigested, the quips too pleased with their own cleverness, it's par for the course with this sort of volley-of-ideas storytelling.
This idea is further supported by studies showing that predigested proteins already broken down into amino acids, result in more rapid and complete appearance of amino acids into the bloodstream, and greater incorporation into healthy new proteins.
Let's start at the heart of the controversy by explaining why the Common Core guidance says what it does about prereading: Too often, well-meaning teachers are giving students a predigested version of the text before students ever get a chance to interact with the text.
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Americans are too quick to swallow the predigested theories of public transportation that rely on trains and buses as though that exhausted the subject.
The adult herons feed the chicks by regurgitating predigested food into their mouths.
Specialized digital collections, such as the Goldsmith's-Kress Library of Economic Literature, Early English Books Online (EEBO), or the Digital Library of Classic Protestant Texts and the Digital Library of the Catholic Reformation, provide a predigested and coherent, albeit limited and rather narrow, offering of digital resources.
Social work graduate textbooks and other didactic materials are often rudimentary and banal presentations of predigested formulations more suitable for freshmen than graduate students.
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