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She habitually ate chocolates for their sustaining quality; they contained much nutriment in small compass, she said.
Barley was not much used, for it was thought to lack nutriment, and therefore to be unfit for laborers.
THE PRIVATE LIFE OF THE ROMANSHAROLD WHETSTONE JOHNSTON
The Normal Schools are sustained by the common schools; and these latter, in return, draw their best nutriment from the former.
It is apparent therefore, that whatever nutriment or energy Sanatogen supplies must be dependent on its main constituent casein.
It is very good food; one acre gives as much nutriment as six acres of wheat.
MARTIN RATTLERR.M. BALLANTYNE
When sledging, one has the satisfaction of knowing that all but the smallest quantity of the food dragged is solid nutriment.
To take nutriment into the body under such circumstances is the greatest of blunders.
There seemed to be nothing they could not lay under contribution to furnish at least a little nutriment.
The sandy soil did not appear to contain much nutriment, but I thought that something might be gained by giving it a trial.
There was not enough nutriment in the daily ration to support vigorous health, and it was barely sufficient to sustain life.
REMINISCENCES OF A REBELWAYLAND FULLER DUNAWAY

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