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The guidelines urged women to fatten up babies if they appear underweight.
He said: "Even if I was able to fatten them myself, I couldn't afford to send them to market at the present prices.
In fact, he put off starting college until he was 21 just so he could fatten up his bank account a bit.
Yet most of the birds succeed in growing back their feathers in time to go back to sea and fatten up before beginning--again--their long march.
The goals: To boost the number of transfer students, fatten financial aid options, and ease students' abilities to settle in on four-year campuses.
Companies like Vestey used the land to fatten cows while people around it went hungry, they claim.
The two women decide to fatten the coffers by working as gossip gatherers, but also take a job tailing a husband suspected of adultery.
Before the belly arrives to explain itself,/you have to appear to look out for yourself,//which nobody likes, so when snaps and buttons/begin to resist, you're ready and willing to fatten.
com, "One selling point of the system is that it can handle all existing traffic loads and leave space for the bandwidth that carriers and vendors believe will be coming as Internet services fatten up and video becomes more of a real networking force.
Canadian Business explains that it produces the rankings by calculating how much an MBA will fatten -- or trim -- a student's possible net worth seven years from the start of the program.
Fatten up, suggests a new study of carp and carp-eating pike.
I think what everybody involved is anticipating is with the additional power it will help attract other businesses," says Van Fatten.
Spokesman Dewi Owen said the salt marshes never receive fertiliser or pesticide so conditions have to be perfect for the lambs to fatten.
To quote the review of the hardcover in KLIATT, September 2003: This story, told as a novel in poetry, is based on the actual customs of some cultures in various parts of the world that have rituals during puberty to fatten girls up to ready them for marriage and childbirth.
The right to safe, secure and dependable health care in one's own country should not be surrendered for any reason - certainly not to fatten the profit margins of corporate investors," he added.