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a limited, often assigned period of activity, duty, or opportunity

an often prolonged period, as of illness

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Synonyms for bout

(sports) a division during which one team is on the offensive

a period of illness

a contest or fight (especially between boxers or wrestlers)

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an occasion for excessive eating or drinking

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If Vijender goes on to win six bouts, he will be eligible for a continental
2001: M Ryder (Gus Robinson) 30kg no bouts; L Clary (South Shields) 35kg 2 bouts 1 win; S McAuley (Bishop Auckland) 35kg 11 bouts won 8; E Stonehouse (Spennymoor) 39kg 8 bouts won 4; J Lepoidevin (Aycliffe) 45kg 10 bouts won 8; O Watson (Dunston) 53kg 3 bouts won 3.
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07 m), healthy and non-active men, to two bouts of upper limb damaging exercise.
It is hypothesized that functional walking endurance might be best described as low-intensity interval training, with many short-duration walking bouts strung together with short rest periods.
This study compared the fat metabolism between "a single bout of prolonged exercise" and "repeated bouts of exercise" of equivalent exercise intensity and total exercise duration.
Dunn will be joined at the Masters Meet by teammates Gerald Figueroa, who won six successive bouts after a first-round defeat to finish third at 103 pounds, and Mike DiCato, who captured third at 171.
Six weeks later, they each performed 4 work bouts of cycling at 120% of the initial VO2max, until exhaustion (after approximately 2 minutes).
Performing fire-fighting activities during multiple work bouts in the heat suggests that fire fighters may elicit higher heart rates and core body temperatures during a second work bout.
Many women have bouts of the sores only during certain phases of their menstrual cycles.
The subjects were paired by sex and asked to perform two maximal sprint bouts, one in Lane 3 and one in Lane 4 of a regulation size 400-meter track.
However, repeated or unusually long bouts of this disorder may indeed exert a lasting impact, contends a research team headed by psychologist M.
The greatly anticipated event will include a number of under-card bouts followed by the main event, all taking place at Casino Del Sol's 5,000 seat AVA Amphitheater.
The repeated bout effect has been found to increase with the number of eccentric bouts performed, although the greatest relative effects are achieved after the first bout (Chen et al.
Results: David Berry (5 bouts, 4 wins) ran out a unanimous winner against M Kieley of Eire, (11 bts, won 8) and an All Ireland finalist; Joe McKenzie (5 bouts, won 3) took a majority decision over J Coyle of Eire (8 bouts won 6, All Ireland champion); Mark Dickinson (6 bouts won 5, a national champion) triumphed unanimously against K Ball of Scotland (7 bouts won 5, Scottish national champion); Joseph Burnside (4 bouts, won 3, a 1999 boy ) beat D Ross (12 bouts won 4, a 1998 boy); and Jon Ruddick (26 bouts won 20, National champion 2010) outpointed J Pothgold of Eire (48 bouts won 38, All Ireland champion).