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carburettor

, carburetter (US), carburetor
a device used in petrol engines for atomizing the petrol, controlling its mixture with air, and regulating the intake of the air-petrol mixture into the engine
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The fatty acid then showed a stepwise increase in concentration In the blood as carbs were added progressively to the diet.
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Zimmerman presented at the Chicago EPA public forum and said, "We tentatively support a federal mandate that levels the playing field and encourages all people to meet the CARB levels." He added a few caveats to his CARB support, including, "We caution the EPA to not add anymore complexity for an already burdensome law," and "We encourage the EPA to use caution before implementing phase 2 (of CARB).
For example, the CARB plan quantifies health impacts of shipping containers as they enter or leave an international facility, while neglecting to assess pollution impacts of containers traveling inland to distribution centers.
"Subsequently, this vastly increased the time the engines spewed pollution at higher levels," said CARB. "By March of 2004, only 13 percent of the engines with defeat devices had been corrected."
"Because there has been a lot of focus on carbs, it's important for us to let consumers know that there's a significant difference between Miller Lite and the other mainstream light beers."
With no calorie deficit, there's no weight loss apart from the initial water-weight loss that occurs with carbohydrate restriction (with the depletion of each ounce of carbs stored as glycogen in the body, you lose about three ounces of water.)
The limited intake of carbs and high amounts of fat and protein support endurance exercise as well as muscle mass and strength.A
Two major studies last year provided more fuel for a particularly polarizing topic -- the role carbs play in making us fat.
[USA], Dec 18 (ANI): The thought of giving up pasta and bread in an effort to shed a few pounds might seem like an unfair punishment, but, according to various studies, eating the "right" kinds of carbs can keep us healthier.