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  • noun Plural form of additive.

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Examples

  • Though, according to this summary of an industry market analysis, the use of additives is only predicted to increase over the next few years:

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  • Though, according to this summary of an industry market analysis, the use of additives is only predicted to increase over the next few years:

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  • But they do it mostly for the same reason that my mother refuses to believe that certain additives will cause cancer:

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  • 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.?

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  • But finding foods that were made without dairy, wheat, or certain additives were a challenge.

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  • But finding foods that were made without dairy, wheat, or certain additives were a challenge.

    Patricia Wheway: Creator of "Free From" Foods

  • 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.

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  • Mud is a wet, plastic soil mixture, with or without additives, which is used to make mud bricks (adobe) or monolithic mud walls.

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  • Bosch and his collaborators found the solution by using pure iron with certain additives.

    Carl Bosch - Biography

  • During this processing, some substances and chemicals, known as additives, are added to the food.

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