- n the state of being satisfactorily full and unable to take on more
- n eating until excessively full
- We have to earn silence, then, to work for it: to make it not an absence but a presence; not emptiness but repletion.
- Also repellent at first is the man's habit of stuffing his leisurely, Latinate sentences to repletion with adjectives and adverbs to modify, often tautologically, a stark noun .
- Art emerges from arithmetic: it could have been written by a computer fed to repletion by a sex-crazed programmer.
News & Articles
- Pelletier announces relocation of practice
BRUNSWICK — Dr. John Pelletier, D.O., recently announced the relocation of his osteopathic practice to 214 Durham Road in Brunswick. According to a news release, Coastal Health and Wellness is oriented to the natural resolution of health problems through application of structural diagnosis and treatment as well as nutritional optimization and micronutrient repletion. read more
Aug. 7, 2013 - The Times Record