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It is well known, however, that the mechanical state of the food has a most important influence on its nutritive value.
Nutritive disturbances are nearly always prominent features in the case for some time before any mental peculiarities are noticed.
It is a very agreeable and nutritive kind of tuberous vegetable, in flavor not unlike celery.
They are actuated by the desire on the part of primitive people to meet nutritive demands.
Feeding on too rich a pasture, or a sudden change from an herbage deficient in nutritive qualities, to one that is much superior.
A TREATISE ON SHEEP:AMBROSE BLACKLOCK
The further description of the nutritive soul pertains to medicine and does not concern us here.
The soul consists of five parts or faculties: the nutritive, the sensitive, the imaginative, the appetitive and the rational.
Here the various head of game are identical in size, in flavour, in nutritive properties.
MORE HUNTING WASPSJ. HENRI FABRE
Aliment′al, supplying food; Aliment′ary, pertaining to aliment: nutritive.
But other crops in France are short, and the nutritive value of the entire yield is less than that of last year's harvest.

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