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  • adj. Not preserved


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  • Having said all that, I agree that the link between meat consumption and intestinal cancer is not proven and that correlation is confounded by the fact that most of the studies did not distinguish between meat preserved with Sodium Nitrite which is known to be a potential carcinogen and unpreserved meats or that in recent years the amount of Sodium Nitrite used as a preservative has been reduced.

    More on the Ornish plan | The Blog of Michael R. Eades, M.D.

  • "Also while under oath, Behe admitted that his simulation modelling of evolution with Snoke had in fact shown that complex biochemical systems requiring multiple interacting parts for the system to function and requiring multiple, consecutive and unpreserved mutations to be fixed in a population could evolve within 20,000 years, even if the parameters of the simulation were rigged to make that outcome as unlikely as possible."

    Bias on Wikipedia?

  • Research grants to study the motility of unpreserved bull sperm, of course.

    on writing by stephen king

  • I shivered slightly at the thought of confronting a freshly exhumed and unpreserved body, still smeared with the dirt of its desecrated grave.

    Drums of Autumn

  • Tourism could exploit unpreserved nature, create jobs and foster people's participation in government, said Mr Mandela.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • But do consider that paper records from the 13th century are incomplete and unpreserved, to say the least.

    Frequently Asked Questions about the Work on the Nrcromonicon Version 1.2 by Kendrick Kerwin Chua

  • I walked along the Embankment and saw the pitiful wretches, men, women and sometimes children, clad in filthy rags, starved white and frozen blue, soaked in winter rains and shivering in winter winds, homeless, hopeless, unheeded by the doctors of divinity, unpreserved by Gibson's "Preservative".

    The Profits of Religion: An Essay in Economic Interpretation

  • The history of our time is being everywhere written to-day in the best letters that were ever penned; but for one such collection discovered, how many are fated to be fugitive always and unpreserved?

    The Joys of Being a Woman and Other Papers

  • If pheasants wandered into them on unpreserved ground, it was their own fault.

    The Terrible Twins

  • For in the fifth century they had herds of cattle [13] to drive and kill, unpreserved hunting-grounds full of game and wild deer, tameable reindeer also then, even so far in the south; spirited hogs, good for practice of fight as in Meleager's time, and afterwards for bacon; furry creatures innumerable, all good for meat or skin.

    Our Fathers Have Told Us Part I. The Bible of Amiens


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