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swee tuh ning

  • n  something added to foods to make them taste sweeter
  • n  an improvement that makes something more agreeable
  • n  the act of adding a sweetener to food
  • v  make sweeter in taste
  • v  make sweeter, more pleasant, or more agreeable

  • The calorie content depends on whether the yogurt is made from skim milk or whole milk and what kind of fruit and sweetening is added.
  • So sellers are sweetening the deal.
  • Bad smells have affected the futures of big business, and the authors give most of their book to methods of sweetening people, homes, theaters, industrial products and the air .
News & Articles

  • Go To Bushwick Restaurants, Get A Free Taxi Ride Next Week
    Bushwick got left out of Dine-In Brooklyn week this year, so naturally Guy Fieri's new favorite 'hood is launching its own restaurant week , haters be damned. And they're even sweetening the deal for the Manhattan bridge-and-tunnel crowd, by offering diners up to $30 off their taxi ride. Not that there's a train , or anything. [ more › ]
    June 11, 2013 - Gothamist
  • PlayStation Plus membership will carry over from PS3 to PS4
    Just moments after baiting Microsoft with the PlayStation 4's less restrictive DRM policies, Sony announced that existing PlayStation Plus memberships will apply to all Sony gaming devices for no additional fee. "Members will have access to all the benefits across PlayStation 3, Vita and PlayStation 4 for one price," Tretton explained, sweetening the deal by outing a few of the free titles ...
    June 11, 2013 - Engadget
  • Commercial Real Estate: Coconut-based health foods maker shifts to Petaluma
    With foods makers scrambling for lower-sugar sweetening alternatives and recent medical research reversing diatribes against palm oil, coconut and the benefits of balancing diets with certain fats, Leslie's Organics, LLC ... Read more »
    June 10, 2013 - North Bay Business Journal

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