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fullness

A measure of the amount of gather of a drape or curtain covering an opening; expressed as a percent by which the total area of the drape exceeds the area of the opening. For example, 100% fullness indicates that the drape is 100% wider than the width of the opening.
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Of all the causes of dyspepsia, functional dyspepsia is reported to be the commonest cause of dyspepsia worldwide5 and has been defined by Rome IV criteria as the presence of bother-some postprandial fullness, early satiation, epigastric pain or epigastric burning thought to originate from the gastroduodenal region in the absence of any organic, systemic or metabolic disease6.
What is Jesus' idea of fullness? In the story of Jesus' temptation in the desert, the devil tries to goad him to turn stones into bread.
Synopsis: "Emptied: Experiencing the Fullness of a Poured-Out Marriage" was specifically written for the benefit of those who entered their marriage with some pretty high expectations -as most couples do.
While both the Brazil nuts and pretzels significantly increased a sense of fullness and reduced feelings of hunger among all the study participants, the group that ate the Brazil nuts reported a greater sense of fullness.
It also recommends eating slowly as the feeling of fullness can take around 20 minutes before the brain recognises the signals."Eating fast overrides these signals and causes us to eat more than we need to.
The problem is one of my commitment is I will talk to the enemies of the state, talks about peace, and maybe in the fullness of God's time, we will realize our dream for a troubled Philippines,' he said.
The youth of Agba village in Ekwulobia, Aguata Local Government Area of Anambra State have set ablaze 'Dwelling Fullness of God Church' in the area for wedding siblings, 25-year-old Chiadi Ezeibekwe and his 17-year-old sister (name withheld).
Facial exercise was associated with an improved mean upper-cheek fullness score, compared with baseline (1.1 vs.
Ear fullness is often associated with a possible Eustachian tube dysfunction.
Thus, ever since, Christ has "come again"--and again and again--in every created thing, drawing creation toward greater wholeness, fullness and union.
Eating a mushroom-rich breakfast may result in less hunger and a greater feeling of fullness, thereby helping you avoid consuming extra calories later, new research suggests.
They represent the portion of the cap where the extra fullness should be located and where the easing-in process will take place (1).