chewing gum

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Synonyms for chewing gum

a preparation (usually made of sweetened chicle) for chewing

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Conventional chewing gum is not biodegradable and councils have to use specialist equipment to remove it, which is expensive.
The President, speaking at the Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corporation (PAGCOR) event at the Manila Hotel, said chewing gum helps alleviate the aches brought on by spinal problems he incurred from his past motorcycle accidents.
It is therefore reasonable to expect chewing gum manufacturers to help more, both by switching to biodegradable gum and by contributing to the cost of clearing it up.
Twenty-six of the children then started chewing gum again, only to have, their headaches return
The American Dental Association (ADA) approves chewing gum based on whether the flow of saliva was stimulated within 20 minutes of chewing.
36 which was significantly lower than decrease in pain score for chewing gum group 3.
This report discusses the present scenario and the growth prospects of global chewing gum market for the period 2015-2019.
after taking the chewing gum they bought from sari-sari stores near the school.
CLEARING chewing gum from Liverpool's streets could be costing as much as PS100,000 every year - money a new scheme urging people to bin their gum hopes to save.
COVENTRY University and council bosses have joined forces in a bid to cut down on chewing gum in the city.
Watemberg said that out of their 30 patients, 26 reported significant improvement, and 19 had complete headache resolution, explaining that twenty of the improved patients later agreed to go back to chewing gum, and all of them reported an immediate relapse of symptoms.
Q I read recently that chewing gum can boost brainpower.
ISLAMABAD -- Researchers have found scientific evidence to confirm that chewing gum can speed up thinking and make you more alert.
Following intensive trials of Beneo's Isomalt in chewing gum centres, the Beneo-Technology Center has shown that it can successfully replace the commonly used polyol mannitol, offering confectionery producers an attractive commercial alternative, while maintaining the gum's shape, chewability and texture.