unsupplemented love


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  • adj. Not supplemented


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  • An unsupplemented diet of only vegetables, fruits and nuts is fatal.

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  • In this language, supplemented (and even unsupplemented) by a theory of syntax for LCC, Tarski has everything he needs to give his definition of satisfaction for LCC.

    Alfred Tarski

  • By his own native capacity, alike unformed and unsupplemented by study, he was at once the best judge in those sudden crises which admit of little or of no deliberation, and the best prophet of the future, even to its most distant possibilities.

    The History of the Peloponnesian War

  • The growth rate of grazing steers on unsupplemented diets, however, increased when the steers were fed low levels of E. cocleata fodder, and growth rates were further improved by the addition of an energy source such as green bananas or molasses.

    Chapter 8

  • After three weeks tumor growth was significantly less in the three MaxEPA groups than in the unsupplemented controls.

    The New Super-Nutrition

  • It is evident that both straw and husk, if untreated or unsupplemented, are not of adequate quality even as maintenance rations.

    Chapter 6

  • In the unsupplemented yeast group, mortality was 70 per cent and weight gain 50 per cent of that in fishmeal-fed controls.

    Chapter 25

  • Her memoirs by her own hand, dealing fully with her early life alone, remain unsupplemented by any entire and detailed biography, for which, indeed, the time seems hardly yet come.

    Famous Women: George Sand

  • This appears nowhere perhaps more plainly than in the case of great teachers, who often in the lives of their pupils produce an effect that reaches far beyond anything produced while their single lives were yet unsupplemented by those other lives into which they infused their own.

    Essays on Life, Art and Science

  • Mivart and the Rev.J. J. Murphy, who show, and very plainly, that the survival of the fittest, unsupplemented by something which shall give a definite aim to the variations which successively occur, fails to account for the coadaptations of need and structure, he imagines that evolution has much less to say for itself than it really has.

    Evolution, Old & New Or, the Theories of Buffon, Dr. Erasmus Darwin and Lamarck, as compared with that of Charles Darwin


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