he wouldn't shy if he was to meet a vagin-load of monkeys with their tails burned off
Add it all up and you could have burned off
your Christmas Pud without even thinking about it
9 billion cubic feet of gas was burned off
into the atmosphere through October 2014.
The drinks giant said: "The problem is people are taking on calories that aren't being burned off
That is an area we are trying to explore and we are trying to produce a monitor of how well you have burned off
some body fat," the Telegraph quoted Hancock, as saying.
Every 10 hours of operation, the OBOE takes approximately 1/4-gal of oil from the engine and injects it into the fuel system where it's burned off
Paul Sculthorpe and Paul Wellens, two of St Helens' biggest stars, are helping to launch the Calorie Map which will show the number of calories burned off
on each walk based on the number of steps.
To be safe, turn the barbecue on to a high heat and allow anything that remains on the grill to be burned off
before putting meat on the barbecue.
AS the gas began to coalesce, new stars burned off
the hydrogen fog.
Jet fuel (call it kerosene) does not burn at a high temperature and would have burned off
completely in a maximum of ten minutes.
It's an activity that can set you up for a hearty breakfast in the morning, having burned off
more than 200 calories in the process.
When the resin binders completely burned off
at 360C (680F), the contraction process stopped, and the sand grains, free of resin binders, started to expand.