LOSE


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AcronymDefinition
LOSELeague of Super Evil (animated TV show)
LOSELoss of Signal Error (network error)
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After two years and millions of dollars worth of advertising and giveaways, nearly half of American women say that they have heard that dairy foods help people lose weight.
In this case, he will have to decrease his caloric intake to 4,625 calories per day--250 calories below his current need--to lose another pound of body fat in 10 days.
Insured disaster victims who lose real property held for use in their trade or business or for investment are held to a stricter standard for reinvestment under Sec.
The study found that people who lost weight without trying had a 31% higher mortality rate than those who didn't attempt and didn't lose any weight.
Holmes, now artistic director of BB, told Dance Magazine the Globe charge that she had told Guenther to lose weight was "absolutely false.
Loser-pays is often mistaken for a double-or-nothing bet: If a suit wins, goes this reasoning, it must win bigger than it does in the United States, while if it loses it must crash in flames.
The weight you lose is mostly water not excess fat.
But they were about 60 pounds overweight on average when they entered the study, so I suspect that there was a discrepancy between what they wanted to lose and what they lost.
Eventually, the bacterium may lose its ability to function even in its already limited endosymbiotic role.
There are so many studies showing that if you decrease calories, people lose weight, and it doesn't matter if you do it by cutting fat, protein, or carbohydrate," says Reaven.
No one likes to lose, but unfortunately for Antelope Valley College football fans, no team has made a habit of it more than the Marauders in recent years.
Runners still lose muscle mass even if they're highly active.