In March, Duterte also skipped
the Asean-Australia Special Summit in Sydney to attend the Philippine Military Academy graduation In Baguio City.
The title of fastest skipper goes to Brit Albert Rayner, who skipped
a rope 128 times in 10 seconds in Birmingham, in 1982.
4 : to fail to attend or do She skipped
The fact that short words are skipped
more often than long words could be due to either the length of the word or the processing ease of the word (many short words are high-frequency words or syntactic function words).
You could check it out by having a friend use it to see if the skipped
beats are recorded.
Borrowers must also keep their loans current to be eligible for skipped
In a recent study, Schlundt told 52 obese women--16 who ordinarily skipped
breakfast and 36 who usually ate it--to eat a 1,200-calorie diet for 12 weeks.(9) Each was randomly assigned to either a breakfast or no-breakfast group.
Morning beta-TG levels averaged more than 2 1/2 times higher on the day the group skipped
Men who skipped
breakfast had a 27 percent higher risk of having a heart attack or dying prematurely due to the narrowing of the heart arteries (coronary heart disease).
The teachers skipped
for one minute; Mrs Butler got 112, Miss McKinney got 71, Mrs Southerton got 128 and Mrs Richard got 122.
Students in pairs skipped
for more than three hours for periods of five minutes each, before swapping to keep the skipping relay going.
PUPILS at Honley High School skipped
to help save lives.