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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of enrich.

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Examples

  • Erdinger market their beer, amusingly, as an isotonic, low-calorie, vitamin enriched sports drink.

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  • Oh, take advantage of a sale on vitamin enriched fruit juices.

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  • By facilitating finding information frompreviously unknown sources, employees gain enriched access to diverse perspectives, fostering innovation and reducing the likelihood of people unwittingly working on redundant efforts.

    2007 December « TalentedApps

  • By facilitating finding information frompreviously unknown sources, employees gain enriched access to diverse perspectives, fostering innovation and reducing the likelihood of people unwittingly working on redundant efforts.

    Finding Value in Enterprise Social Networks « TalentedApps

  • The puchero originally introduced to the colonies by the Spaniards was long ago brought back to Spain enriched by the addition of New World ingredients such as potatoes and squash.

    The World's Most Versatile Stew: Puchero

  • The puchero originally introduced to the colonies by the Spaniards was long ago brought back to Spain enriched by the addition of New World ingredients such as potatoes and squash.

    The World's Most Versatile Stew: Puchero

  • Their lives remain enriched by the memory of Ben's mother and the inspiration of Ben's play.

    USATODAY.com - Roethlisberger uses TD passes to honor late mother

  • The puchero originally introduced to the colonies by the Spaniards was long ago brought back to Spain enriched by the addition of New World ingredients such as potatoes and squash.

    The World's Most Versatile Stew: Puchero

  • For this reason, mainly, the British Commonwealth or scheme of life which we hope we are going to hand on enriched, is through and through a democratic thing and we think we know all about democracy.

    The Commonwealth as Educator

  • Three spring months, at Florence, had been spent in making a scientific collection of local imprecations -- abusive, vituperative or profane expletives; swear-words, in short -- enriched with elaborate commentary.

    Alone

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