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1. tv. [for something] to bother or worry someone. Nothing’s eating me. I’m just the nervous type.
2. tv. to absorb the cost or expense of something. We’ll eat the costs on this one. It’s the least we can do.
3. tv. to perform oral sex on someone. (Usually objectionable.) She said she wanted to eat me!
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048 parts per million (ppm) be eaten only once a month.
To be eaten -- eaten in the right, sacralizing way -- signifies an increase of power and efficacy, a release of creative energy for the common good.
However, whale blubber and shark muscle contain 5-7 times as much methylmercury as the fish eaten in the Seychelles.
The California Carnivores' plants "haven't eaten any people yet," Maertz jokes.
It says that foods eaten in different combinations can somehow fool the body into absorbing fewer calories than the individual foods contain.
One dancer asked me: "Which foods could be eaten before dance class and which should be avoided?
We found, for example, that the percentage of food eaten by nursing home residents, as recorded by the nursing home staff, is often erroneous.
Soybeans can be eaten in several forms, from a milk substitute to tofu.
That translates into one bowl of oat bran eaten as hot cereal plus five oat bran muffins (see December 1985).
A: Eaten in reasonable amounts, water-soluble fiber from fruits, beans, and oat products has a modest cholesterol-lowering effect.
However, in Anderson's study, both the oat-bran and non-oat-bran eaters were fed all their meals in the hospital, so neither group could have eaten less fat than the other.
Tuesday's release noted that half the people had eaten out during the survey period, which covered two days.
What's more, no large populations have eaten enough polys for long enough to see if they pose a health risk.
Olestra only causes digestive problems when eaten to excess.
I have cheated and eaten chocolate candy and even popcorn with butter just as a treat.