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Flashcard 4325129719052

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render (something) poorer in quality by adding another substance.
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adulterate

verb

past tense: adulterated; past participle: adulterated

/əˈdʌltəreɪt/


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Flashcard 4325130767628

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hauled

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Flashcard 4325131816204

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contaminate or pollute (something).
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taint

/teɪnt/

verb

past tense: tainted; past participle: tainted


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Flashcard 4325132864780

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  1. (of a person) pull or drag with effort or force.
  2. (of a vehicle) pull (an attached trailer or carriage) behind it.
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haul

/hɔːl/

verb

gerund or present participle: hauling


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The great French chemist Louis Pasteur inspired two fundamental changes in dairy prac - tice: pasteurization, the pathogen-killing heat treatment that bears his name; and the use of standard, purified microbial cul - tures to make cheeses and other fermented foods.
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Manufacturers now remove much of what makes milk, cheese, ice cream, and butter distinctive and pleasurable: they remove milk fat
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Flashcard 4325138894092

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juggernaut

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Flashcard 4325139942668

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resurgent

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Flashcard 4325140991244

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teat

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Thanks to the rumen microbes, which convert the unsaturated fatty acids of grass and grain into saturated fatty acids, the milk fat of ruminant animals is the most highly saturated of our common foods. Only coconut oil beats it. Saturated fat does raise blood cholesterol levels, and high blood cholesterol is associated with an increased risk of heart disease; but the other foods in a balanced diet can com - pensate for this disadvantage (p. 253).
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