- n. Plural form of additive.
“Though, according to this summary of an industry market analysis, the use of additives is only predicted to increase over the next few years:”
“Items that are certified organic are normally a result of organic farming in which the use of synthetic fertilizers, pesticides, plant growth regulators and feeding livestock additives is strictly prohibited.?”
“But they do it mostly for the same reason that my mother refuses to believe that certain additives will cause cancer:”
“But finding foods that were made without dairy, wheat, or certain additives were a challenge.”
“But, if that nicotine attracts users to untold number of industrial tobacco pesticide residues, radiation from certain fertilizers, and any of about 1400 untested and often toxic/carcinogenic non-tobacco additives, that is an different matter.”
“Mud is a wet, plastic soil mixture, with or without additives, which is used to make mud bricks (adobe) or monolithic mud walls.”
“Bosch and his collaborators found the solution by using pure iron with certain additives.”
“During this processing, some substances and chemicals, known as additives, are added to the food.”
“Despite Dyrenforth's failed efforts to produce rain with artillery and explosives, there continued to be a public perception that rain could somehow be generated by propelling "additives" into the atmosphere.”
“The editors can decide if an original article is a good one for this purpose, or if it begins with (or leads to) nonsense, and the editors (preferably the author) could refuse comments to the article that try to "change the subject" by injecting needless "additives". by eric dynamic (2 articles, 0 quicklinks, 0 diaries, 301 comments [155 recommended, 0 rejected]) on Saturday, May 30, 2009 at 5: 44: 46 PM”
Looking for tweets for additives.