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plumpy

(ˈplʌmpɪ)
adj, -pier or -piest
plump
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For Gawd's sakes Plumpy boy, any punter in the western world could have told ye that.
A doctor gave him two-and-a-half sachets of plumpy nut - a high-calorie peanut paste - to try get him back to health.
In addition, the health administration partnered with UNICEF in providing Plumpy Nut as treatment for severe acute undernutrition in a pilot of the national Community-based Management of Acute Malnutrition program in children.
The 26-year-old cut a toned figure in the photo, which looked far from her plumpy self.
Meanwhile, UNICEF, in a statement extended to Sudan Tribune, said its supports South Sudan's health ministry to manage malnutrition cases, through provision of therapeutic foods such as Ready to Use Therapeutic Foods (RUTF) as Plumpy nut, F-100 and F-75, which will reportedly help to treat severely malnourished children.
A Boeing 767 aircraft containing more than 3,000 boxes of supplementary plumpy, a nutrition product for malnourished children, took off today (August 8) at 10am CET from TNT's hub in Liege, Belgium.
Well, plumpy is something Yemen is in dire need of, and it would not cost very much, relatively speaking, for them to get it.
FYI: Plumpy Nut and Medika Mamba are high-protein, high-energy and high-nutrient peanut-based pastes developed for use as a therapeutic food to aid in famine relief.
Should you buy Plumpy, the FEED 5 Bear, you'll be providing five children with five treatments each of Plumpy'nutA, a lifesaving high nutrient paste proven to treat acute malnutrition with amazing success rates.
Save the Children's Plumpy Nut hopes to inspire Eisteddfodwyr to get involved with the charity's global campaign which aims to prevent 10m children a year from dying before their fifth birthday.