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Sweet

(swēt),
Robert Douglas, 20th-century English dermatologist. See: Sweet disease.
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sweet

[AS. swete, sweet]
1. Pleasing to the taste or smell. See: taste
2. Containing or derived from sugar.
3. Free from excess of acid, sulfur, or corrosive salts.
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Sweeten adds that 600 Group will be maintaining control over the new engine lathes' reputation.
When asked about the Richmond series of VMCs introduced in April 2002, Sweeten says he had been "pleasantly surprised" by the machines' take-off in the U.K.
Sawyer Sweeten's other listed credits were a 2002 movie starring Randy Quaid, and appearing in one episode of the TV show "Even Stevens.''
Donnelly, from Uddingston, Lanarkshire, and Sweeten, from Shettleston, Glasgow, appeared at the city's sheriff court where they pleaded not guilty.
Despite facilitating sellers and buyers so they could achieve a done deal, David Sweeten could not provide buyers with all the guidance they needed to access all the businesses for sale, evaluate companies and make a profitable acquisition.
In a 10-week parallel-arm Danish study of 41 overweight men and women, one group received 813 kcal/day of sugar-containing beverages and the other received 240 kcal/day of artificially sweetened beverages.
A creamy blend of organic cultured soymilk with organic agave syrup, So Delicious[R] Agave Sweetened Yogurt is packed with six active live cultures to promote optimal digestion, yet contains zero dairy, gluten or cholesterol.
is launching a line of 12-ounce canned soda sweetened with pure cane sugar instead of high fructose corn syrup (HFCS).
Sweetened drink consumption (SDC) in children can lead to excess intake of sugar, contributing to overweight and obesity (Ludwig, Peterson, & Gortmaker, 2001), the development of Type 2 diabetes mellitus (Schulze et al., 2004), lower nutrient intake, especially of calcium (Mrdjenovic & Levitsky, 2003), lower bone density (Soroko, Holbrook, Edelstein, & Barrett-Connor, 1994), dental caries development (May & Waterhouse, 2003; Zero, Fontana, & Lennon, 2001), and sugar and/or caffeine in sweetened drinks may also contribute to behavioral issues (Hughes & Hale, 1998; Wolraich, Wilson, & White, 1995).
The eight regular and three diet flavors are sweetened using organic evaporated cane juice.
[on] all sweetened nondiet drinks." Adding taxes to cigarettes, he argued, helped reduce that unhealthy American habit.
Two new products are available: megumi, hard-type, sweetened yogurt, and Nature megumi, plan yogurt.