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compound

adjective aggregate, aggregated, associated, blended, combined, commixed, complex, complicated, composite, conglomerate, congregated, conjoint, conjugate, connected, convoluted, elaborate, embodied, fused, hybridized, incorporated, infused, inseparable, integrated, interlaced, intermingled, interwoven, intricate, involved, manifold, merged, mingled, mixed, mosaic, multifarious, multiform, multiple, multiplex, solid, tied, united, varied, variegated, woven
Associated concepts: compound a crime, compound interrst, compound larceny, compounding a felony
Foreign phrases: Aestimatid praeteriti delicti ex postremo facto nunquam crescit.The weight of an offense committed in the past is never increased by a subsequent fact.

compound

verb accrue, add to, advance, aggravate, amount, amplificare, annex, append, augere, be augmented, be numerous, become greater, become larger, branch out, build up, burgeon, connribute to, develop, dilatare, dilate, distend, elaborate, enhance, enlarge, enrich, exacerbate, exaggerate, exalt, expand, fill in, fill out, fortify, further, gain ground, gain strength, get ahead, give strength to, glorify, greaten, grow larger, heighten, increase, increase the numbers, inflate, lend force to, lengthen, magnify, make greater, make larger, multiply, open out, parlay, pile up, prolong, protract, raise, refine, reinforce, restrengthen, spread out, strengthen, subjoin, superadd, supplement, widen
Associated concepts: compounding a crime, compounding a debt, compounding a felony, compounding penalty
Foreign phrases: Aestimatio praeteriti delicti ex postremo facto nunquam crescit.The weight of a past crime is never increased by a subsequent fact.
See also: adhere, close, coalescence, collective, combination, combine, commingle, complex, composite, confines, conglomerate, conjoin, consolidate, desegregate, development, include, incorporate, incorporation, join, make, melange, merge, solution, substance, unite

compound

to agree not to prosecute or proceed in return for a consideration.
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Phenolic compounds have been reported to play key antioxidant roles, especially using the mechanism of delocalization of the single electron of the radical, Swallow (1953), Mendel (1997).
Tomato is rich in phenolic compounds (flavonoids, flavones, cinnamic acid derivatives), phytoalexins, protease inhibitors, glycoalkaloids, and carotenoids, but especially in lycopene and [beta]-carotene.
Other biological properties of the phenolic compounds in olive oil include activity against platelet aggregation and apoptosis induction in HL-60 cells (11).
The recovery of these phenolic acids varied with soil type, soil horizon, time, and type of functional group present on the aromatic ring of the phenolic compound.
Recently, PCP was found to be the dominant phenolic compound in whole blood from Inuit (12) and Latvian and Swedish fish eaters (13).
The interfacial mass transfer of a phenolic compound in the aqueous phase without a chemical reaction can be described as
The present work is the first description of the bioavailability in humans of a phenolic compound present in olive oil administered in its natural form.
Factors, such as season and different stages of growth and development will affect the concentration of a particular phenolic compound within the plant tissue [13,14,17].
In order to find an even better radical interceptor, the chemists searched for a phenolic compound, whose OH group gives up its hydrogen atom more easily than vitamin E.
Although HO-PCBs were indeed correlated with signs of thyroid disruption, another phenolic compound turned out to be the surprise leader in terms of how commonly it showed up in cord blood samples.
The test solutions containing an individual phenolic compound at 0.
Carotenoids, phytosterols, and phenolic compounds are currently the most widely found and used in various sectors such as food & beverages, feed, pharmaceuticals, and cosmetics.