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  • adj. comparative form of hearty: more hearty


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  • If Mr. Blackwell has a heartier lunch, perhaps fish, then he tries to have just soup for dinner.

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  • This week Indonesian scientists met with American counterparts in Jakarta to trade ideas and seek support for projects such as plastic made from local plants, new fuel cells and heartier varieties of rice.

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  • It is not only healthier but it tastes heartier too.

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  • Cheese contributes to a chewier texture for the muffins and makes them a little bit heartier.

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  • It was still a little bit heartier than a plain biscuit might be, but the fact that it is made up of whole grains makes up for it.

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  • While you could pile one of these up with sliced ham to make the sandwich a bit heartier, I prefer to keep it a little on the lighter side and use just a slice or two of ham in the middle.

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  • However, Dave, Kris, and Brad all have heartier constitutions than myself and will be in attendance.

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  • Two savory pastries are the best lunch offerings: Gözleme ($5.25) is a thin layering of soft phyllo dough stuffed with beef, chicken, spinach or potato served warm; Börek ($3.75) is thicker, flaky phyllo stuffed with heartier mixtures.

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  • Predictably they also flipped τέλειος/τέλεος gender-wise into the heartier masculine form perfectus, – ūs, and applied it to building materials (Vitruvius, 1, 2, 6).

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  • A heartier sort might have let the shares in the Astros ride, hoping that they'd rise even higher.

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