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in·gest

 (ĭn-jĕst′)
tr.v. in·gest·ed, in·gest·ing, in·gests
1. To take into the body by the mouth for digestion or absorption. See Synonyms at eat.
2. To take in and absorb as food: "Marine ciliates ... can be observed ... ingesting other single-celled creatures and harvesting their chloroplasts" (Carol Kaesuk Yoon).

[Latin ingerere, ingest- : in-, in; see in-2 + gerere, to carry.]

in·gest′i·ble adj.
in·ges′tion n.
in·ges′tive adj.
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These include: Fedora, which acts as its main repository underpinning used for managing the digital files to which the system provides access; Solr, used for indexing metadata for search and discovery; Opencast Matterhorn, used principally to transcode ingested AV content to a format suitable for streaming; Opencast Matterhorn Engage player for media playback; Red5 Media Server, which enables streaming; and Blacklight, a discovery platform employed for the end-user interface.
Once ingested, content can be saved onto the facility's online central storage and made available for easy media management like metadata attribution or content segregation.
They must have been ingested or administered - self-ingestion or somebody giving somebody a liquid probably.
Wagas cited the testimony of witnesses, the footage taken by the shop's closed-circuit television camera (CCTV) and the results of toxicology tests showing that the victims had ingested oxalic acid, a substance commonly used as a cleaning or bleaching agent.
However migration of an ingested foreign body from the gastrointestinal tract toward any abdominal organ is extremely rare.
A new study in the International Journal of Sport Nutrition and Exercise Metabolism, found athletes who ingested caffeine before they started to exercise burned about 15% more calories for three hours after their gym session, compared to those who took a placebo.
ANF Karachi Airport Team arrested a Nepali girl named Kamisya Tamang and recovered Heroin Filled Ingested Capsules.
Vets have said they have experienced a rise in the number of dogs being brought in having ingested drugs through junkie excrement, according to local press reports.
Accidentally swallowed fish bone is the commonest ingested foreign body in Asian countries.
Once ingested, the full range of the system's features is usable on the ingested media: monitoring, tagging, annotating, searching, clipping, and repurposing.
Animals were divided into different groups: some groups of mice ingested Peptan after OVX; another group of mice ingested Peptan several weeks before OVX and continued over additional weeks; another ingested Raloxifene--a drug commonly indicated for osteoporosis--instead of hydrolyzed collagen.
An NFU spokesman said the practice of putting magnets in one of a cow's stomachs - to separate metal out from ingested food - was better known in America than in the EU.