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chew

1. verb, informal To chew tobacco. I took up chewing as a way of giving up smoking. I hate it when they chew in here. They always leave the glasses they spit into lying around the place.
2. noun, informal Chewing tobacco. Hey, bud—got any chew? I'm fresh out.
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chewed

mod. abused. After that argument at the office yesterday, I really felt chewed.
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Dogs in this stage need toys designed to be chewed on.
The women in the experimental group chewed gum two hours after surgery until gut sounds were heard and nutrition was given orally.
If pieces can be chewed or cracked off, your dog may swallow them and end up with a perforation of his bowel or an intestinal obstruction.
Interestingly, for all the participants, the mean heart rate while walking increased when they chewed gum as they walked.
Its young buds and tender leaves are chewed to attain a state of euphoria and stimulation [1,2].
For the experiment, one fresh 1.5 g stick of gum was taken in the mouth and chewed 300 times; during this period, the number of chews was measured by the earphone-type chewing-count measurement device.
The definition of medicated chewing gum in the European Pharmacopoeia is stated as; "a single-dose, solid preparation with tasteless masticatory gum base, mainly consisting of gum which is intended to be chewed and not swallowed, providing a slow steady release of the medicine contained", and it is intended to be used as "local treatment of mouth diseases or systemic delivery after absorption through the buccal mucosa or from the gastrointestinal tract" (Herrera 2005).
Seventy-seven patients (38 with open surgery, 39 laparoscopic) chewed gum four times daily at specific times while 80 patients (41 with open surgery, 39 laparoscopic) did not chew gum.
This finding can be supported by in-depth interview of a 30-year-old male who chewed khat for 2 years of duration as "When I didn't chew khat I feel irritable and restless.
Betel quid is defined by the WHO as a substance or mixture of substance, placed in the mouth or chewed and thus remaining in contact with the mucosa, usually containing one or both of the two basic ingredients, tobacco or areca nut (in raw or any or processed form) Traditionally, betel quid is composed of areca nut, catechu, tobacco and slaked lime wrapped in betel piper leaf.7
However, many research shows that people who chewed gum were less likely to eat fruit and instead were more motivated to eat junk food like potato chips and candy.
If you can't put electric cords out of his reach, you can slide them through a piece of PVC pipe or use a commercial product (such as the CritterCord, available from crittercord.com) to prevent cords from getting chewed. The less often you have to intervene to retrieve something from him that he shouldn't have, the better.
The NHS could save PS8.2 million on dental treatments each year if all 12-year-olds chewed sugar-free gum after eating or drinking, a study suggests.
Individuals also grappled with the problem of what to do with chewed gum - save it in lockets around the neck?
But also, because food that is not chewed properly goes into our digestive tract but our body doesn't know what to do with it, so it goes on to cause indigestion and bloating.The process of chewing lets the brain know that there is food coming so the stomach starts to secrete the juices necessary for digesting the food that's coming.