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Asked in English Language, School Subjects, Grammar
Which syllable has the secondary stress in fortification?
The first syllable in "fortification" has the secondary stress; the fourth syllable ("ca") has the primary stress.aldo DelaraDelara ...
Asked in Authors, Poets, and Playwrights
What has the author John Shortall Macaulay written?
John Shortall Macaulay has written: 'Treatise on field fortification' -- subject(s): Accessible book, Field Fortification ...
What is a military fortification?
Fortification is a defensive structure, like a castle or fort. It may have extra high and thick walls to keep out the enemy. It may also have weapons built in to these walls as well. The Alamo is a good example of a fortification, so are the castles built back in the times of medieval knights. ...
Asked in Food Processors
Why do food processors fortify animal products?
Fortification and enrichment are terms used to describe the addition of nutrients to foods but are two separate concepts. Enrichment refers to the restoration of nutrients lost during the handling, processing, or storage of foods, and levels are generally based on Food and Drug Administration (FDA) standards of identity. Fortification refers to the voluntary addition of nutrients at levels beyond those naturally occurring in the food. Globally, the decision to fortify products is left up to individual food manufacturers. Voluntary fortification is a...