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food body

n
(Botany) botany a mass of nutrients attached to a seed coat, which attracts ants and thus aids dispersal of the seed
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Weleda Skin Food Body Butter, PS18.95 We say: "More like a putty than a regular body butter, but despite being so thick it absorbed quickly.
Weleda Skin Food Body Butter, PS18.95 Beauty director Lynne says: 'More like a putty than a regular body butter, but despite being so thick it absorbed quickly.
On the other hand, the provincial food body had held operation against toxic vegetables that cultivated with industrial waste and sewerage water.
On the other hand, the provincial food body also held operations against toxic vegetables that are cultivated with industrial waste and sewerage water.
In this connection, all possible measures were being taken by the provincial food body.
The influence of food body build and social origin on the age at menarche.
AN independent food body has outlined ways to shape our future eating habits.
The food body has stated that some of Cadbury's chocolate products still contained some of the colourings highlighted in a University of Southampton study, accusing the company of failing to keep a commitment made in 2007.
food body chief hopes Fukuda to play big part in food crisis
NEW global standards for processed cereal-based infant and baby foods--including detailed and comprehensive rules on labelling--have been released by world food body Codex Alimentarius.
obtusifolia supports its ant inhabitants (probably with food body production) even when levels of defoliation are high.