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fattening

The thickening of paint in a partially filled can after standing for a period of time.
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During the growing, early fattening and mid-fattening periods, there were no significant differences in concentrate intake, hay intake and DMI between the two groups.
87p for 170g, 226 calories, 21g fat With just egg, mayo, salt and pepper, this is one of the least fattening supermarket brands.
The calves were assigned to 3 different fattening periods, which lasted for 25 months (25 mo), 27 months (27 mo) and 29 months (29 mo), respectively.
Boots sold the least fattening cheese sandwich at just 13g.
Bassey Effion is going through the fattening process, where she eats all day, starting at 5am to sunset.
The objective of this study was to evaluate the effects of docking on growth traits, fattening performance, carcass characteristics and some biochemical parameters of fat-tailed Sanjabi male lambs.
1g fat Spoon for spoon, nearly twice as fattening as a reduced-fat mousse.
Boeing has since found customers for 22 new 717s, unofficially fattening the order book to 176.
Dhurandhar started probing whether this fattening infection has a human corollary.
Meanwhile, the profits of publicly-traded health plans, hospital chains and pharmaceutical companies are expanding, thereby fattening the option portfolios of executives who already draw multi-million-dollar salaries.
Many women also believe that alcopops are less fattening than other drinks like beer.
Not satisfied with performing the specific, limited functions that are the proper role of the State - services such as protecting life and property, picking up the trash, repairing streets - today's bureaucrats believe it's their job to save the world, bring meaning to people's lives and protect us from everything that's harmful, dangerous or fattening.