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losing

(jargon)
Said of anything that is or causes a lose or lossage.
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As well as losing to Sweden, they have also succumbed to Ukraine, the Netherlands and Bosnia, while drawing with Northern Ireland and Israel.
The primary goal of losing weight is to decrease body fat.
Even after the Atkins group stopped losing weight, they were still eating fewer calories to maintain their lower body weight.
It allows the group that is losing this division to better understand the measures it will need to implement as a result of the loss.
In addition, this material can be reclaimed repeatedly without losing its original properties and low-expansion characteristics.
BOSTON -- The death of a 22-year-old Boston Ballet dancer, two years after BB officials suggested she lose weight and six months after they told her she was too thin and should stop losing weight, has cast a shadow over the company and the ballet world.
Even a litigant who squarely wins on the merits can pay a fee offset if he has filed losing motions or made the opponent go to other sorts of needless trouble.
Losing so much water can cause your blood pressure to drop.
The other Palm owner, Dominique Michal of Pasadena, California, said, "After losing my Palm Tungsten(TM) T on my honeymoon in Tahiti, I never expected to see it again.
2 Isabella Fraczek didn't fair much better, losing 3-6, 1-6, 0-6.
THERE ARE FEW THINGS that coaches dread more than the spectre of a losing season.
Why do some Zone readers say that they're losing weight and feeling great?