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Synonyms for consuming

Synonyms for consuming

catching and holding the full attention

Synonyms for consuming

very intense


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Only nine percent said they felt sad and empty after consuming beer and white wine.
Frequently consuming low-fat dairy products was associated with a modest increased risk of Parkinson's disease," said Hughes.
It's not like if you're not consuming cow's milk, you're a little shorter.
The couple was convicted of consuming drugs and having consensual sex.
was jailed for four years for consuming morphine and codeine.
The teacher, who works in Dubai, denied consuming hashish and entered a not guilty plea before the Dubai Court of First Instance last Thursday.
The researchers found that Sweden has the most Nobel laureates per 10 million of its population and also consumes the most milk per capital, consuming 340 kilograms (93.
They found that rats consuming all of their sugar solution in the inactive period gained more weight than rats consuming all their sugar solution during the active period, even though their total caloric intake was the same.
In one article, researchers from Harvard report that men who had greater adherence to 6 factors, including maintaining a normal weight, not smoking, engaging in regular exercise, consuming alcohol in moderation, consuming breakfast cereals, and consuming fruit and vegetables, had a lower risk of developing heart failure.
The truth: The food industry is successful if consumers are consuming, and it's been very successful.
They need only look at the destinations of their own outbound shipments to see that the nation is consuming secondary raw materials in staggering amounts.
Consuming Nature: Environmentalism In The Fox River Valley, 1850-1950 has an unusual dual nature--in one respect, it is a straightforward chronicle of the debate in Wisconsin's Fox River Valley more than fifty years ago, when the populace questioned and resisted the paper industry's heedless practice of dumping pollution into the Fox River.
That suggests that consuming a lot of fructose, like consuming too much fat, could contribute to weight gain.
Surveys of aspartame intake in the United States and Europe from 1984 to 1992 showed that consumers typically consumed 2-3 mg/kg daily, with small children and women of child-bearing age consuming slightly more, at 2-5 mg/kg daily.
When consumed by cows and chickens it increases their rate of growth, so it seems logical to suppose that the ingestion of this meat would have an effect on the humans consuming them.