repletion


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Synonyms for repletion

the condition of being full to or beyond satisfaction

Synonyms for repletion

the state of being satisfactorily full and unable to take on more

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eating until excessively full

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1999) Glycogen repletion following burst activity: A carbohydrate-sparing mechanism in animals adapted to arid environments?
The repletion of trace minerals lacking in the standard American diet should improve health and enzyme function.
Hannover gets the paintings and Hamburg the installations, giving the headroom never achieved in his lifetime to Majerus's trick of flipping iconographic repletion into end-of-history emptiness.
We had noted occasional patients with severe malnutrition who also had dysphagia, in whom the dysphagia resolved after nutritional repletion.
Our problem is we still have the instincts of animals ( carnivores feed to repletion, on the basis that they do not know where the next meal is coming from.
followed by a chapter on the other five "non-naturals" grouped together: (1) air, (2) sleep and waking, (3) motion and rest, (4) evacuation and repletion of dietary texts and their rapidly developing popularity in the two centuries preceding the period chosen for this book, the author creates the erroneous impression of a genre that appears after 1470 and owes little or nothing to its medieval precursors.
Losses of pDCs during H1V progression and repletion during antiretroviral therapy could be involved in both the progressive loss and reconstitution of the Th-1 pathway.
Barlow goes on to list the "missing partners" of many fruit, including most notably the avocado and the honey locust (with its large, sweet-tasting pods) and makes us almost long for repletion, reindeer and moose back to Siberia after 2,000 years, creating their own Pleistocene Park.
Options include a wide range of modalities, from plastic surgery with flaps to aggressive modern wound-care therapies such as negative pressure-wound-closure devices, growth-factor products, systemic therapies to accelerate tissue healing, and nutritional repletion.
1:40 "Carbonyl iron is a more effective hemoglobin repletion agent than electrolytic or reduced iron powder in rats," James Swain * and Janet Hunt, USDA/ARS Human Nutrition Research Center, Grand Forks.
Retail repletion can be seen on every rail of unwanted two-second fashion fancies designed to sate our goldfish-like interest span.
So, despite my not signing when I was finally given the chance, I think Humanist Manifesto 2000 is gorged to repletion with an ungodly excess of good ideas.
They followed this stint with a repletion phase in which they downed beta carotene supplements in addition to low-carotene meals.
But through much of it we have no goal, only a desire for a state--that state that would amalgamate the thrill of the hunt with the torpor of perfect repletion.