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In a typical exercise session, resistance training doesn't expend as many calories as aerobic exercise, but it can help offset the natural loss of muscle mass that comes with aging.
The results indicate the existence of feedback in the case of EXPEND and GDPN.
To maintain weight, he must consume the same number of calories than he expends.
The Secretary may not obligate or expend any of the above funds until fifteen days after the submission of a certification to Congress, to include:
It is shown here that by imposing a penalty on each apprehended illegal alien, the host country will increase the motivation of the source country to expend money for preventing illegal immigration.
deplore the huge amount of taxpayer dollars that the government is going to expend on the Microsoft case, the cost to Microsoft that will ultimately get passed along to the customer, and the time and the effort that Microsoft management is going to expend defending their position, rather than paying attention to their business - which frankly is important to all of us in the United States.
It is not cost-effective for entities that expend less than $300,000 to have comprehensive A-133 audits.
What manager is willing to expend funds on a department that is, at best, only 35% productive?
The researchers estimated that it takes about 30 minutes of moderate activity every day to expend 1,000 calories in a week.
5 billion the government of Pakistan would expend annually $ 708 million on it's departments while $ 709 million would be expended on US aid Social sector.