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The researchers tracked the swarm's overall energy level--a numerical measure that reflects the amount of energy expended by robots looking for food versus the amount added to the colony's energy reserves by the food retrieved.
Goldfields expended a sum of $27 million to asphalt the 33-kilometre road.
Of the 136 participating aircraft only thirty-four were able to reach their target and expend ordnance.
He said that initially office bearers of KATI would be included in the council and it would be expended further to other industrial areas of Karachi.
He urged that to expend trade relation list of goods and duty tariffs should be shared in details.
"Simple activities such as standing up and walking at a casual pace will expend more than 770 kcal in a day if done with this frequency and duration," Ramadi added.
Should Metal Tiger expend less than a total of USD 800,000 whilst maintaining the Morogoro Portfolio licences, but not less than USD 300,000 then Metal Tiger's 50% interest in the JV will revert to a 10% free carry on the Morogoro Portfolio.
The remaining District Courts of the other provincial districts have been allocated the same heads to expend.
Using the subjects' mean values for body mass index and leg length, they estimated that 100 steps per minute would be needed to expend 3 METs, reported Michael W.
The correlation between height and leg length suggests that to expend 3 METs, for example, a 5-foot-tall person would need 111 steps per minute, someone who is 5 feet 6 inches tall would need 103 steps per minute, a 6-foot-tall person would need 94 steps per minute, and someone who is 6 feet 6 inches tall would need 85 steps per minute, reported Michael W.
While any activity burns calories, to gain cardiovascular benefit and reduce your risk of death from heart disease you need to expend at least 1,000 calories a week through aerobic exercise.
People who are anxious are more easily distracted and must expend more effort to process information, according to a study reported June 23 in the British Economic & Social Research Council publication Society Today.
These sections authorize the President and the Vice President to expend appropriated funds for certain specified purposes that may be accounted for solely on their certificates and as they determine, notwithstanding the provisions of any other law.
Highly recommended for anyone confronted with the title question--it is much better to get all the facts and make an informed decision now than expend an excess of time and effort cleaning up after a mistaken choice later.