Weight Definition

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1. “In general, exercise by itself is pretty useless for weight loss, ” says Eric Ravussin, a professor at the Pennington Biomedical Research Center in Baton Rouge, La., and an expert on weight loss. 2
2. 'that can be a lot, ' he says. however, whether we lose weight or not depends on whether we overcompensate by eating more food. 1
3. " Even if they keep on eating badly , they won't gain weight,'says CEO Andre G . Pemet. 1
4. "An easy thing to say would be 'Choose your friends wisely, ' "says Olga Yakusheva of Marquette University, who has found that weight-loss behaviors can be contagious among college women. 0
5. "Boxing equipment, wrestling equipment, football equipment, weights, bench. I mean, I got the full nine yards, " he says. 1
6. "Don't be silly - you don't need to lose weight," he said, looking her up and down. 1
7. "Every day I hear patients say they can't lose weight, " said Bachman, but "this study shows that most people can lose weight if they have the right tools and support". 2
8. "For example, they may be less physically active, and thus more likely to gain weight, which is the primary risk factor for diabetes, " Carnethon said. 1
9. "If a baby is low birth weight we tend to overfeed, " he says. 1
10. "Manny's best weight is 140 pounds, " he said. "We put on weight because the biggest fights are at welterweight. 2
11. "Many do not realize that skimping on sleep can actually make it harder to lose weight, " says Meir H. Kryger, MD, Chairman of NSF's Board of Directors. 1
12. "Many will also be at the peak of their career, leading fast-paced lives which will help shift any excess weight alongside a diet, " she said. 1
13. "Petition" is an anthology of Kafkaesque anecdotes, most of them fragmentary, but what gives it shape and almost unbearable dramatic weight are the handful of stories the director pursues in detail. 1
14. "Shoddy workmanship these days," he remarked. "No matter, it will still bear my weight." 1
15. "Tell me the weight of a snowflake, "a titmouse asked a wild dove. 1
16. "The weight-loss effect of a reduction in liquid calorie intake was stronger than that of a reduction in solid food intake," Caballero and colleagues report. 0
17. "We're going to weight-adjust her dosage, " Verlaine said. 0
18. "You might want to warm-up and stretch before a run, but if you are lifting weights wait until after the workout to stretch your muscles, " Tyne suggests. 1
19. A . It's not the weight that bothers me . It's the flab. 1
20. A 39-year-old man presented with headache, weight loss, bilateral subdural hematomas, pansinusitis , and visual loss. 1
21. A 54-PE programmable chip whose weights can be changed by an external program is also being tested. 1
22. A base C deleted in the intron 4 of IGFBP3 gene was detected, and association analysis showed that the body weight with genotype AA were significant higher than that of genotype AB and genotype BB. 1
23. A block organization of inverted file is proposed. It integrates the effects of the document identifier data and document weight data to improve the efficiency of retrieving process. 1
24. A body in conflict with gravity experiences unnecessary heaviness and weight. 1
25. A brassiere, fluttering weightlessly to the ground. 1
26. A carat is the universal measure of weight for a diamond. 1
27. A carbonaceous heat source composition for a non-combustion type smoking article according to the present invention includes carbon and 0.5 to 5% by weight of a polyhydric alcohol. 1
28. A case study on 10 bus stations in Guilin city and the sensitive analysis of different weights and risk attitude are conducted. 1
29. A change in body weight with ageing may be partly the result of an increment in fat mass. 1
30. A chemical chain reaction can occur inside the body and sabotage the best weight loss efforts, " Roca added." 1




weights (plural noun)

  - a body's relative mass or the quantity of matter contained by it, giving rise to a downward force; the heaviness of a person or thing.

  - a piece of metal known to weigh a definite amount and used on scales to determine how heavy an object or quantity of a substance is.

  - the ability of someone or something to influence decisions or actions.

  - the surface density of cloth, used as a measure of its quality.


weights (third person present) · weighted (past tense) · weighted (past participle) · weighting (present participle)

  - hold (something) down by placing a heavy object on top of it.

  - attach importance or value to.

  - assign a handicap weight to (a horse).

  - treat (a fabric) with a substance to make it seem thicker and heavier.


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