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Synonyms for milk

draw milk from


  • draw milk from
  • express milk from

Words related to milk

a river that rises in the Rockies in northwestern Montana and flows eastward to become a tributary of the Missouri River

take milk from female mammals

exploit as much as possible

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add milk to

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Other benefits from almond milk are found in the calories and carbs departments.
whose mothers can't keep up the milk to nourish multi-birth babies
Camel milk soap also helps to prevent anti bacterial infections and is an excellent cleanser.
The aim of this research was to find out whether the raw milk in milk-dispensers and the milk from the fixed cooling cistern at the farm comply with the standards of quality and microbiological adequacy of milk for the consumer.
Part 1 Key requirements for milk quality and safety
The latest Cadbury Dairy Milk wrappers feature a logo showing a glass and a half of milk being poured into a chocolate chunk, put milk first in a list of ingredients and explains that there is "The equivalent of three quarters of a pint of milk of fresh liquid milk in every half pound of milk chocolate".
Originally called "low-carb milk," it is essentially "reduced-sugar milk," with artificial sweeteners added.
The milk is still warm and before it separates from the cream--unified in color.
Svanborg's serendipitous discovery of human milk's anticancer power is remarkable, but other researchers have also been finding that breast milk can both protect against and heal a remarkable variety of ailments.
But at Antelope Valley Hospital, the neonatal intensive care unit has been feeding some of its tiniest patients donated breast milk and monitoring the results.
The company, which controls 55% of the Argentine milk market through brands such as La Serenisima, is investing and expanding.
Recent gains in overall milk largely were driven by jumps in milk per cow, rather than gains in cow numbers.
The University of Tennessee nutrition researcher comes armed with a few small studies in people, a book, and an idea (plus a patent) for selling dairy foods that even he admits sounds "pretty outrageous"--eating three servings of milk, cheese, or yogurt every day can help dieters lose weight.
1997), our study focused on whether DA could be transferred from DA-exposed rat mothers (dams) to the young through milk.