addition to the volume of a glacial m-ss, chiefly by the acc-mulation of ice, snow, or névé.
compare (def 2).
for this reason many new trees spring up in groups, obtaining their first alimentation from the dissolution of the corpse.
my friends the savages giovanni battista cerruti
like the respiration, the alimentation ought to be watched by the singer.
the voice frank e. miller
by the way, i learned a few things in an experimental process about the great subject of alimentation.
confessions of a neurasthenic william taylor marrs
in the alimentation of armies scientific principles must not be disregarded.
martyria augustus c. hamlin
alimentation must be severely controlled by the physician, and the tolerance and effects constantly watched.
a system of practical medicine by american authors, vol. i various
lean meats, acid fruits, and the weak alkaline mineral waters should be the basis of a proper system of alimentation.
a system of practical medicine by american authors, vol. ii various
this is the first proof of the importance of fatty matters for the alimentation of babes.
scientific american supplement, no. 392, july 7, 1883 various
in the beginning, the instincts of animals are confined to alimentation, self-protection, and the multiplication of their species.
the lair of the white worm bram stoker
these need too active an alimentation to develop and fructify in so petty a colony as irkutsk.
from paris to pekin over siberian snows victor meignan
as already stated, the pharynx is common to the functions of both respiration and alimentation.
special report on diseases of the horse united states department of agriculture
alimentation al·i·men·ta·tion (āl’ə-měn-tā’shən)
the act or process of giving or receiving nourishment.
that which nourishes; nutriment; food. that which sustains; means of support. to sustain; support. historical examples he would eat almost every thing that was offered, but preferred dry and ripe fruits to all other aliments. buffon’s natural history. volume ix (of 10) georges louis leclerc de buffon the section of the pneumo-gastric nerves does not […]
alinasal alinasal al·i·na·sal (āl’ə-nā’zəl, ā’lə-) adj. relating to the flaring portions of the nostrils.
. to arrange in a straight line; adjust according to a line. to bring into a line or . to bring into cooperation or agreement with a particular group, party, cause, etc.: he aligned himself with the liberals. to adjust (two or more components of an electronic circuit) to improve the response over a frequency […]
an adjustment to a line; arrangement in a straight line. the line or lines so formed. the proper adjustment of the components of an electronic circuit, machine, etc., for coordinated functioning: the front wheels of the car are out of alignment. a state of agreement or cooperation among persons, groups, nations, etc., with a common […]