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FORCE-FEEDING
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Definitions

  1. Force-feeding is also known as gavage, from a French word meaning "to gorge". (Web site)
  2. Force-feeding is the practice of feeding someone against his or her will, for example a prisoner, to prevent them dying as part of a hunger strike.

Force-Feeding

  1. Force-feeding is often categorised as torture.
  2. Force-feeding is generally carried out by passing a tube through the nose into the esophagus.
  3. Your muscle cells soon resist the creatine 'force-feeding' efforts of other creatine products.
  4. Force-feeding of humans is oftenly done to prisoners, to prevent them dying as part of a hunger strike.
  5. Force-feeding, which in some circumstances is also called gavage, is the practice of feeding a person or an animal against his or her will. (Web site)

Fatten

  1. This term specifically refers to force-feeding of ducks or geese in order to fatten their livers in the production of foie gras. (Web site)
  2. This term specifically refers to force-feeding of fowl and cattle in order to fatten their livers in the production of foie gras and veal respectively.
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