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When the review of the study is complete Van Fatten says he will know what permits will be required and what Synfuel has to do to obtain them.
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.
Now that Tiger Woods has shed those stuck-in-the-rough Ryder Cup teammates, does it look like he's more comfortable playing again as a selfish individual simply trying to win tournaments and fatten his own wallet?
This ban on the last four growth products used to fatten up livestock is the final step in the Commission's complete phase-out of non-veterinary antibiotics in feed.
With the money my son sends I buy a cow for US$200, fatten it, and then sell it for $400," Jaramillo says.
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.
Spokesman Dewi Owen said the salt marshes never receive fertiliser or pesticide so conditions have to be perfect for the lambs to fatten.
In animal studies, Newbold and others have shown that high-dose DES exposures during pregnancy produce small to normal-size offspring that tend to stay small as adults, whereas low-dose exposures produce normal-size offspring that tend to fatten as they age.
We would like to fatten a steer for our freezer but have a limited area to do so.
In fact, big is so cool that women are forking out thousands of pounds to fatten up their rear end.
Liebman simply forgets that the best way to fatten cattle is to feed them excessive amounts of low-fat grain.
The result is that, gram-for-gram, it takes less "grazing" land to fatten a bug than a cow.