LOSE


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AcronymDefinition
LOSELeague of Super Evil (animated TV show)
LOSELoss of Signal Error (network error)
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Yes; even if a gentleman should lose his whole substance, he must never give way to annoyance.
In his opinion, such conduct would greatly compromise him--especially if I were to lose much.
Nonetheless she insisted that I ought to go halves with her in the day's winnings, and offered me 800 gulden on condition that henceforth, I gambled only on those terms; but I refused to do so, once and for all--stating, as my reason, that I found myself unable to play on behalf of any one else, "I am not unwilling so to do," I added, "but in all probability I should lose.
It contains my money, and other things that I prize far more highly--my mother's letters, and some family relics which I should be very sorry to lose.
The prisoner did not wish to lose time; and she resolved to make that very evening some attempts to ascertain the nature of the ground she had to work upon, by studying the characters of the men to whose guardianship she was committed.
BRIDGEND Lab lose to NOC C gain 10, PC gain 2, Lab lose 6, Ind lose 4, LD lose 2.
Determining how much weight is safe to lose: You would like to lose 30 pounds by August, which is approximately 24 weeks from now.
The University of Tennessee nutrition researcher comes armed with a few small studies in people, a book, and an idea (plus a patent) for selling dairy foods that even he admits sounds "pretty outrageous"--eating three servings of milk, cheese, or yogurt every day can help dieters lose weight.
If, therefore, an athlete consumes 250 calories per day below the caloric needs--a 250-calorie deficit--it will take 14 days to lose one pound of fat [3,500 cal / 250 cal/day = 14 days].
Insured disaster victims who lose tangible personal property used in their trade or business or held for investment can reinvest their proceeds in any tangible personal property.
Interestingly, mortality rates were far lower in people who reported trying to lose weight than in those not trying to lose weight, independent of actual weight change.
Still, the death set off a flurry of controversy in Boston and the nation when the Boston Globe reported July 10 that BB spokeswoman Nina Berger confirmed that Anna-Marie Holmes, then assistant artistic director, had told Guenther in 1996 to lose weight.