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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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Caption: Facial exercise was associated with an improved mean upper-cheek fullness score, compared with baseline (1.
For of his fullness we all received grace upon grace" (John 1:14,16).
PRO TIP: Most textbooks and commercial pattern instructions will advocate sewing two rows of ease stitching between the notch points to help ease in the extra fullness at the top of the sleeve cap.
In Europe, BELKYRA will be the first prescription medicine to be licensed for the treatment of moderate to severe convexity or fullness associated with submental fat (often called double chin) in adults when the presence of submental fat has a psychological impact for the patient, added the company.
As mentioned above, fiber in foods helps to slow down absorption, making fullness last longer.
com)-- Westlake Dermatology, a leading provider of dermatologic and aesthetic procedures, announced today that it is the first and only practice in Austin to offer newly FDA-approved Kybella - a non-invasive procedure that eliminates submental fullness.
Repetition and the fullness of time; gift, task, and narrative in Kierkegaard's upbuilding ethics.
Slower eating may allow people to better sense their feelings of hunger and fullness.
Unlike other gastric balloon treatments, Obalon, which inflates inside the stomach to give the sensation of fullness, does not require invasive surgery, the Mirror reported.
Also, fullness and satiety are increased after consuming glucose, but not after consuming fructose.
A protein-rich breakfast plays a key role increasing satiety and energy, and according to new research presented at IFT Wellness 12 in Chicago, IL, it should be an essential breakfast component for school-aged children, as it does a better job of increasing fullness and decreasing caloric intake at later meals.
This small study is preliminary, but if you can cultivate your ability to pay attention to your sensations of hunger, fullness and taste satisfaction, you may have a greater chance of making a wiser decision when it comes to limiting how much you eat.