Definition of Deworming

1. Verb. (present participle of deworm) ¹



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Definition of Deworming

1. deworm [v] - See also: deworm

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Deworming

dewitts
dewlap
dewlapped
dewlaps
dewlapt
dewless
dewlike
dewool
dewooled
dewooling
dewools
deworm
dewormed
dewormer
dewormers
deworming (current term)
deworms
dewpoint
dewpoints
dewret
dewrets
dewretted
dewretting
dews
dewwater
dewworm
dewworms
dewy
dewy-eyed
dex

Literary usage of Deworming

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1. Foreign Assistance: Global Food for Education Initiative Faces Challenges by Loren Yager (2002)
"deworming treatments—According to WFP guidelines, WFP will generally support ... WFP estimated that by the end of 2001, it would have initiated deworming in ..."

2. What Works In Girls' Education?: Evidence and Policies from the Developing World by Gene B. Sperling (2004)
"Kenya: A randomized evaluation of a program that provided twice-yearly school-based mass treatment with inexpensive deworming drugs found health and school ..."

3. Educational & Training Opportunities in Sustainable Agriculture by Jane Potter Gates (1994)
"... posters, seminars, publisher and lecturer certified organic goat dairy; cheese; herbal deworming; feed and all grains, alfalfa, grown organically; ..."

4. Nontraditional Export Crops in Guatemala: Effects on Production, Income, and by Joachim Von Braun, David Hotchkiss (1989)
"The medical services program consists of several subprograms: maternal-infant, preand post-natal care, outpatient consultations, and deworming. ..."

5. The Guatemala Community Day Care Program: An Example of Effective Urban by Marie T Ruel (2005)
"Caretakers deplored the fact that the program stopped providing basic medicines, vitamins, and deworming drugs for children; they recommended that this ..."

6. The Changing Transitions to Adulthood in Developing Countries: Selected Studies by Cynthia B. Lloyd (2005)
"... that both school-based deworming and micronutrient supplementation yield high returns in some settings (although there is apparent inconsistency in some ..."

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