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Constitutional

 

a walk taken by healthy persons to strengthen their health and by ill persons undergoing a course of treatment. Constitutionals are especially indicated for patients with certain diseases of the cardiovascular system, respiratory organs, gastrointestinal tract, and liver. Constitutionals are also recommended for people with a tendency toward obesity. At health resorts, terrain cure is used for treatment purposes.

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It had to - and Mr Verloc would have rubbed his hands with satisfaction had he not been constitutionally averse from every superfluous exertion.
Who, being something drowsy after his plentiful repast, and constitutionally of a shirking temperament, was well enough pleased to stump away, without doing what he had come to do, and was paid for doing.
Pickwick among the number, met each other in the pump room, took their quarter of a pint, and walked constitutionally.
Summary: Iraqi President Fuad Masoum gave up his British passport Sunday and became the first top Iraqi official to take the constitutionally mandated step.
Department of Electronics and Information Technology has initiated Technology Development for Indian Languages (TDIL) Programme with the objective of making available the software tools for information processing in 22 constitutionally recognized Indian languages.
The bench was hearing a constitutional plea moved by chairman Pakistan Tehrik i Insaaf Imran Khan over elections of 28 members of assemblies who were elected in the absence of constitutionally mandated ECP after adoption of 18th Amendment.
Let's reestablish our constitutionally limited government
WILLIAM HAGUE admitted yesterday it was "legally and constitutionally proper" for the Scottish government to free the Lockerbie bomber.
Metis fishermen staged a protest to state that their constitutionally protected right to fish shouldn't be restricted, reports Fort McMurray Today.
Brownback's proposal was quickly criticized by legal scholars as constitutionally suspect.
The Kentucky and Delaware state legislatures also voted against ratification--and thus the amendment failed for lack of the constitutionally required three-fourths majority.