The edible part of any grain or pulse ground to powder, such as cornmeal
Any powdery substance made by grinding
the food served and eaten at one time
any of the occasions for eating food that occur by custom or habit at more or less fixed times
coarsely ground foodstuff; especially seeds of various cereal grasses or pulse
A meal is an instance of eating, specifically one that takes place at a specific time and includes specific, prepared food.
Food that is prepared and eaten, usually at a specific time (e.g. breakfast = morning meal, lunch = noon meal, etc); To defile or taint
(Meals) There is a pre-set menu for meals as per the tour program. Packed meals would be served at some places. The type of meals are clearly indicated in the brochure. ...
(16 Meals) Clients are responsible for models' meals on all full day bookings.
(MEALS) Looking for a Restaurant, Reservation, Order, Waiter’s Service, Payment,Chinese Food - Beijing Cuisine, Chinese Food - Shanghai Cuisine,Chinese Food - Szachung Cuisine, Chinese Food - Cantonese Cuisine,Japanese Food, Thai Food , Vietnamese Food, Korean Food, Indian Food, French Food, ...
(Meals) Bodybuilders usually split their food intake for the day into 5 to 7 meals of roughly equal nutritional content and attempt to eat at regular intervals (normally between 2 and 3 hours). ...
(Meals) Not included unless otherwise specified. Where meals are not specified as being indluded, you may use $35 – $45 per day as a guideline in most cases.
(Meals) Specific times that food is served in Kennedy Dining Hall generally divided in breakfast, lunch and dinner on weekdays and brunch and dinner on the weekends. Students have the option to select plans that allow access to the dining hall for specific number of meals each week.
(Meals) The dining services claim to be the third largest student dining operation in the USA, serving 4.5 million meals annually. There are four student dining facilities which also provide catering for over 5000 University events yearly. ...
(Meals) To dream of meals, denotes that you will let trifling matters interfere with momentous affairs and business engagements. See Eating.
(Meals) Your homestay family will provide you with 3 meals a day. Breakfast and lunch are usually self-service and dinner is prepared by the host. Please let your host know what you can and cannot eat.
Meals are provided as indicated on each itinerary (B) Breakfast, (L) Lunch, (1)) Dinner. Lunches or Dinners, when included at hotels or restaurants are table d’hote (unless otherwise indicated) and limited to specific dining rooms when at hotels. ...
Meals are provided as specified in the tour program. If you require special meals due to dietary restrictions, we must receive written details of your requirements at the time of booking.
Meals provided to a physician in conjunction with an informational presentation or discussion by an EMD Serono employee or a speaker engaged by EMD Serono
Three balanced meals plus snacks are prepared daily in our own country kitchen on site. All meals and snacks are home cooked rather than prepared in a cafeteria, our menu is designed by a dietician.
All of the food sent on a tray to an inpatient or served to a dining room patient or patron at traditional meal hours; e.g., breakfast, mid-day (lunch and/or dinner), evening (supper and/or dinner) or night meal. Between meal nourishments do not count as a meal. ...
(Physical form) An ingredient which has been ground or otherwise reduced in particle size (AAFCO, 2000).
a feed ingredient having a particle size similar to flour.
A communal meal in a dream is the image of communal activity of a ritual or magical nature. When interpreting the dream, note should be taken of the dreamer's religious beliefs.
A dry mix of feed ingredients, usually with the individual feeds distinguishable in the mix.
When referring to food ingredients, means a ground-up preparation. Chicken meal is ground up chicken, which might include bones and feathers. Meat meal means ground up muscle meat.
Food that's eaten at one time. Each meal should contain a portion (which is the size of the palm of your hand or your clenched fist) of protein and a portion of carbohydrates.