semimoist

semimoist

(ˌsɛmɪˈmɔɪst)
adj
slightly wet; somewhat moist
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The elaboration process of the semimoist formulated feed was similar to that previously described in other papers (Morillo-Velarde et al.
The HRB is dominated by a semimoist and semiarid continental monsoon climate with cold, dry winters and hot, humid summers.
Do not feed commercial moist or semimoist foods or treats, as they almost always contain added sugars (e.g., propylene glycol).
About 90% of the HFRS epidemic foci in China are in low-lying regions with moist or semimoist soils (Bi et al.
Sales of semimoist dog food for the 12-week period increased 3.6% to $11.3 million.
It is a semimoist chunk and could be broken up and mixed with liverwurst.
This has application in semimoist and dry pet foods.
MOTHER: Of the three main types of food--moist, semimoist, and dry--which do you recommend?
For example, there are 15 major brands of semimoist dog food, and only two of those have shown any gains-Ken-L Ration Moist & Beefy and Pufina's Moist & Meaty."
2004), it seems plausible that the Norway lobster would be able to accept and digest easily a large variety of pellets, or moist or semimoist diets (Dali 1981, Meziti et al.
A moist feed (canned, semimoist, or a dry dog food with water added) will be more attractive to them than a dry one.