1. Ad libitum Ad libitum is Latin for "at one's pleasure"; it is often shortened to "ad lib" or "ad-lib"
2. Broiler breeders with access to Ad libitum feeding consume energy (643 kcal/d), which is almost twice the quantity of actual requirement (370 kcal/d) for maintenance and egg production (Lopez and Leeson, 1994)
3. What is an Ad libitum Diet? Even though the term ‘Ad libitum’ may sound elaborate, it is not that special
4. In fact, most people follow an Ad libitum diet
5. Thus, on Ad libitum diet you do not try to hit a particular calorie or macronutrient target.
6. When Ad libitum is used in melodic improvisation, it typically means that the musician can improvise the melodic line of a passage
7. Ad libitum feeding means that the diet is available at all times
8. Other articles where Ad libitum is discussed: accompaniment: …this type, as opposed to Ad libitum accompaniment, the unessential ornamentation or the optional reduplication of a part, performed on a secondary instrument
9. Find 16 ways to say Ad libitum, along with antonyms, related words, and example sentences at Thesaurus.com, the world's most trusted free thesaurus.
10. Latin for "At Your Liberty" - Ad libitum serves inventive and internationally inspired shareable plates that are grounded in tradition, and crafted to explore bold and eclectic world flavors in New American/California cuisine - that are complimented by a true craft cocktail.
11. Ad libitum is a Latin term which means “at pleasure” or at the discretion of the performer
12. The term Ad libitum is often shortened to "ad lib” which means “at the performers pleasure.”
13. The term ‘Ad libitum feed’ refers to freely available feeds of milk or milk replacer
14. The recommendation to administer the Ad libitum feeds over the first three to four weeks is based on the fact that the digestive system of the calf is designed to recycle milk at the
15. ‘dieters who ate Ad libitum attributed more of their distress to their eating behavior’ 2 Music (especially as a direction) with free rhythm and expression.
16. Synonyms for Ad libitum include ad-lib, spontaneously, extemporaneously, freely, impromptu, improvisationally, impulsively, unrehearsed, extempore and offhand
17. During Ad libitum weekend recovery sleep, participants cumulatively slept ∼1.1 h more than baseline, and after-dinner energy intake decreased versus insufficient sleep
18. Ad libitum definition: (to be performed) at the performer's discretion Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples
19. Ad libitum (アドリビトム, Adoribitomu?) is a recurring guild in the Radiant Mythology series of games, its members comprised of the game's protagonists and various characters in the Tales series
20. Kören Ad libitum* Med Anne-Lie Rydé, Basse Wickman, Lill Lindfors: Kören Ad libitum* Med Anne-Lie Rydé, Basse Wickman, Lill Lindfors - Dear Prudence (12", Maxi, Promo) Parlophone: PRO 4063: Sweden: 1986: Sell This Version
21. The Mission of the Ad libitum Club is to raise awareness of the dynamic interface between art, medicine and science and to provide platforms for support and sharing of artistic endeavors by the Einstein community, i.e
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23. Just as in Debussy's Preludes, these epigraphs are also metaphors, hypallages and paradigms that can be interpreted Ad libitum.: We maintained the animals on an Ad libitum diet of commercial chow and water.: Males were kept together in a terrarium until September, with Ad libitum food and water.: They were maintained under standard conditions and were fed standard food and water Ad libitum.
24. Simply put, “Ad libitum” dieting means eating until you’re full
25. Ad libitum (Ad lib.) - Musical Definition Ad libitum (Ad lib.) - At pleasure (style and speed at performers discretion) Musical examples where the term 'Ad libitum (Ad lib.)' is used:
26. Didn't they steal sips of tea, stuff gingerbread Ad libitum, get a hot biscuit apiece, and as a crowning trespass, didn't they each whisk a captivating little tart into their tiny pockets, there to stick and crumble treacherously, teaching them that both human nature and a pastry are frail? (Little Women, by Louisa May Alcott)
27. If you want to lose fat like clockwork while eating an Ad libitum diet (which means "at one's pleasure" or " without quantity restraints"), then there is good news
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30. Ad libitum intake of HS soup was ~9% lower than LS soup (P < 0.001)
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32. Ad libitum - Translation to Spanish, pronunciation, and forum discussions
33. Principal Translations: Inglés: Español: Ad libitum adv adverb: Describes a verb, adjective, adverb, or clause--for example, "come quickly," "very rare," "happening now," "fall down." (music: not required) (voz latina) ad líbitum loc adv locución adverbial: Unidad léxica estable formada de dos o más palabras que
34. Ad libitum - Traduccion ingles de diccionario ingles
35. Ad libitum es un término alternativo para ad líbitum
36. 'Ad libitum' is an alternate term for 'ad líbitum'
37. Ad libitum Voices interpretează live "Grande Amore" în concertul "Tu ești primăvara mea" - 8 Martie 2019, Casa de cultură a studenților, Cluj-Napoca
38. Ad libitum Voices appeared in November 2012, in Cluj-Napoca and is one of the first pop opera groups in Romania