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- adj. Capable of being chewed
- adj. Chewy
- adj. Allowing for a particular type of bid that does not trigger the flip-in.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. easy to cut or chew.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. easy to cut or chew
Bennett furhter explained that occasional racism is like occasional indigestion and can be addressed in chewable tablet form.
Children's multivitamins account for a large number of childhood poisonings because the vitamins are designed to attract children, are usually chewable and taste like candy.
The other thing that is hard to find is chewable vitamin C. esperanza
But regardless - every morning after I drink, it's a tall glass of water, a milk thistle capsule, and a chewable vitamin and that seems to do the trick. kelmc623 freakshowtime
On the standout "Calamity Song" you get "In an age of the chewable Ambien tab/all that remains is in the arms of an angel."
Singulair is heavily marketed to kids for allergies, in addition to asthma, and even comes in a cherry-flavored chewable formulation.
In Europe kids are treated for another "adult disease" and given chewable Liptitor, to lower their cholesterol.
Pet medicines may be in the form of pills, liquid, shots, gels or creams; they can be flavored or smelly; chewable, tablet or capsule; meant to be taken with food or without; big and bitter — or not.
No surprise, then, that the new Decemberists album, "The King Is Dead," finds Meloy crooning about Gilded Age businesswoman Hetty Green and "supply-side bonhomie . . . in the year of the chewable Ambien tab."
In overdose, CBZ often exhibits toxicities shared by these compounds. 1,2 The lethal dose of CBZ is not known, however, death has occured with an ingestion of 20 grams. 1,2 It is available in 100 mg. chewable tablets, 200 mg. tablets, and 100 mg./5 ml.syrup. 1,2