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  • n. Plural form of grazer.

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Examples

  • First of all, the $100 ticket entitles grazers and gourmets to rove around the banquet hall and sample the terrific fare of - as well as chat up - chefs from the Refectory, Z Cucina,

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  • The audience for this digital library seemed to be "grazers".

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  • Both my kids were and are "grazers" and are very healthy.

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  • Researchers also plan this year to take a closer look at "grazers": worms, snails and other small organisms that in most freshwater lakes consume bacteria at such a prodigious rate that the bacteria never get a chance to form any large-scale structures.

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  • Although the results would seem to indicate American news consumers are "grazers" that switch between news sources on an ad hoc basis, the survey seems to show that while news consumers don't often seem to have favorite sites, they only utilize a handful of news sources in their typical day-to-day activities.

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  • The "grazers" order food at the deli, eat it as they're shopping, and get rid of the wrappers before they check out.

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  • Those factors include the interplay of sunlight, nutrients, temperature, water flow, and the presence of microscopic "grazers" capable of holding blooms in check.

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  • "grazers" may adjourn to an open-all-night deli to "get us something good to eat."

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  • The successful conclusion of the degassing venture and security guarantees, including an alarm system at the lake gateway, is attracting more farmers and cattle grazers.

    Scientists Work to Prevent Cameroonian Lake from Exploding

  • But the year-round forage can nourish only a fragment of the wildlife abundance that Africa's grasslands can sustain when animals are able to roam -- and so almost two million grazers wait for the rains to unleash their annual 800-kilometer journey.

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