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Synonyms for cured

freed from illness or injury

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(used of rubber) treated by a chemical or physical process to improve its properties (hardness and strength and odor and elasticity)

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(used of concrete or mortar) kept moist to assist the hardening

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(used of hay e

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(used especially of meat) cured in brine

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(used of tobacco) aging as a preservative process ('aged' is pronounced as one syllable)

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Using LED unit, Group A teeth brackets were cured at the light tip distance of 0mm i.e.
Twenty recipes inspired and elevated by cured elements.
Scientists at the University of Kentucky wanted to see what impact calcium levels would have on cured pork shoulder meat.
It is known that introducing PEI does not change the curing reaction mechanism of epoxies, but systematically shifts the phase-separated morphology of the cured polymer/epoxy networks [4].
It is very likely that the two patients who were cured after an antibiotic switch might have had the same outcome had they stayed with their original agent for a longer period.
It is formulated without the use of plasticizers, which can leach out of the material during the cure cycle and cause shrinkage of the cured compound.
When physicians focused on the control of behavior, they implemented a therapeutics of discipline which cured through restraint, developed a somatic conceptualization and localization of disease, and conceived their patients' disease and its cure in terms that were completely alien to their patients' perspectives.
The lease also stated that the cure period could be enlarged if the default could not reasonably be cured within 30 days, and that the cure period would be extended as long as tenant diligently continued its efforts to cure the default.
Ruhren has no illusion that he's cured. "I've done every drug that's come down the pike," he says, "and each one has bought more time for something better." Others, though, are less measured with their words.
And because symptoms may come and go, or the disease may be in remission for several years, arthritis sufferers may actually believe, at least temporarily, that they've been cured by a quack remedy.
To the researchers' surprise, reports from the volunteers one week later revealed that sneezing, sniffling and stuffiness were 33 percent more likely to persist in steam inhalers than in their unsteamed counterparts, who--like most people after a week of cold symptoms--were essentially cured. A machine measuring nasal congestion showed an 11 percent improvement in the unsteamed group and a 6 percent worsening in the steam-treated snifflers, Macknin and his colleagues report in the Aug.
Some of the important insights featured in the Fact.MR report include, - Epoxy cured resins find numerous applications as protective coatings for aerospace components, automotive bodies, floorings, wind rotor blades, and other parts that need to be resistive to moisture and corrosion.