# Weight numa frase em (in ingles)

- He was a dead
**weight**. - Gabe had put on
**weight**. - Dumb as a paper
**weight**. - The sheer
**weight**of us. - The
**weight**was too much. - With the
**weight**of the. - The
**weight**of the rocks. **Weight**of the casting = 5.- A
**weight**on her left arm. - A
**weight**in my chest lifts. - Place a
**weight**on the knees. - Place a
**weight**on the knee. - But, to say that
**weight**is. - Feel how the
**weight**of the. - I had to guess at the
**weight**. - Instead, he was dead
**weight**. - He’d lost
**weight**this year. - I tried to
**weight**my options. - Pulling the
**weight**load was. - They'd break with our
**weight**. - The
**weight**of the situation. - I started with a
**weight**of 73. - It
**weight**about seven pounds. - Lose
**weight**with a meal plan. - Her problem with her
**weight**. - Estimated
**Weight**of the Soul:. - Ashi had lost so much
**weight**. - Place a
**weight**over the knees. - Keep your
**weight**off that leg. - His
**weight**bore her back down. - There was a
**weight**on my chest. - Place a
**weight**over the elbows. **Weight**loss: a constant danger.- The absence felt like a
**weight**. **Weight**lifted with the toes.- Decrease the
**weight**of the can. - Many of the
**weight**loss prod-. - Increase the
**weight**on the knee. **Weight**balanced on the teeth.- Increase the
**weight**on the knees. - The
**weight**lifted away from her. - Place a
**weight**over their knees. - As for the
**weight**, quite a few. - And pay attention to the
**weight**. - Decrease the
**weight**on the knee. - Increase the
**weight**on the hand. - As if the
**weight**of Joshua’s. - Mass is not dependent on
**weight**. - Place a
**weight**over their wrist. - D’ata gained some
**weight**back. - In
**weight**they were about 20 lbs. - Silk sold for its
**weight**in gold. - The
**weight**should've killed her. - He tested the
**weight**of his new. - Or you might have gained
**weight**. - Decrease the
**weight**on the knees. - Lowering
**weight**in a controlled. - He would be a lot of dead
**weight**. - It’s got a bit of
**weight**in it. **Weight**pulled with the tongue.- Increase the
**weight**on the wrist. - A
**weight**had lifted from my heart. - The metal adds a lot of
**weight**. - That was definitely a
**weight**311. - The
**weight**of the soul, based on. - He has gained a little
**weight**back. - She’s worth her
**weight**in gold!. - You might lose some
**weight**as well. - The heavy
**weight**was still slumped. - Causes of
**Weight**Gain and Obesity. - Dar decided to throw his
**weight**in. - The porch shook beneath his
**weight**. - The
**weight**showed a small increase. - He finds that he is losing
**weight**. - Both mass and
**weight**are measured. - The
**weight**of this Stone, infinite!. - Place a
**weight**on top of their knee. - Its
**weight**loss benefits are proven. - Place a
**weight**on the opposite knee. - Lazarus put his
**weight**to his left. - You can lose
**weight**with this method. - He staggered under the loose
**weight**. - Siamese
**weight**category is light or. - Pippin felt again its
**weight**in his. - His greatest recorded
**weight**was 222. - Most
**weight**is given to this estimate. - His bark, and the
**weight**of his lean. - Only constraint it has is
**weight**of. - He felt the
**weight**in his coat pocket. - He shifted his
**weight**, looking uneasy. - Before I began losing
**weight**, I can. - It is often argued that free
**weight**. - As his full
**weight**was taken by the. - It supports the whole
**weight**of the. - The
**weight**of the gun felt unbearable. - Determine where the
**weight**should be. - As dead
**weight**we sank into the abyss. - There is only one item with
**weight**60. - Place a
**weight**over their wrist joint. - Santosh shifted his
**weight**on his cane.

- Especially on the question of
**weighting**. - The closer to 30, the greater the
**weighting**. - If the
**weighting**of the stock in the index is 2. - Now
**weighting**by the size of the benefit we can. - The
**weighting**of Stock A (before its one-point rise) was 53. - The
**weighting**of Stock A (before its one-point rise) was 11. - Then the total is divided by the sum of the
**weighting**digits. - You hear a rumor that Google is
**weighting**the HTML LAYER tag very. - Even Lebanon, which carries the lowest
**weighting**in the region, comprises 2. - His goal is to have a portfolio of stocks that is roughly equal in
**weighting**. - The approach is again deliberately naive except that I apply volatility
**weighting**. - The closer the exercise price is to the index price, the greater is the
**weighting**:. - Fundamental indexing is just one example of market-value-indifferent
**weighting**methods. - To ensure that all stocks again have an equal
**weighting**, the index is now rebalanced. - Each option has its own
**weighting**with respect to the price movement of the underlying. - Implementation of
**weighting**procedure leads to the gradual forgetting of old data. - Now Stock B, the stock with the greatest capitalization, has the greatest index
**weighting**. - One method for
**weighting**that relies on a set formula is exponential moving average (EMA). - In a price-weighted index, stocks with the highest price have the greatest index
**weighting**. - The one with the most
**weighting**is the Yahoo directory but it is expensive at $300per year. - By taking the two closing prices and
**weighting**them in this manner, the outcome is a closing price of 30. - The
**weighting**of the DBLCI is done at the end of the year, and it seeks to reflect global production values. - I focus on Kazakhstan because it has the largest
**weighting**in the region and is an interesting play on energy. - The greater the distance between exercise prices, the greater is the
**weighting**in the index for a specific option. - Buying crashes should be limited to companies with material businesses, or at least that should be a big
**weighting**. - The
**weighting**scale ranges from 10 percent volatility/90 percent stocks to 40 percent volatility/60 percent stocks. - No wonder then that private real estate can get a very high
**weighting**in naive mean variance optimization exercises. - This is constantly being updated to change the
**weighting**between the two series of options feeding into the calculation. - This example explains vividly why the
**weighting**curve is shallower at intermediate probabilities than near either extreme. - However, the nearly 40 percent
**weighting**in the United States and another 13 percent in Japan make the ETF very one-sided. - We have sector limits, at plus or minus 10 percentage points from the percentage
**weighting**of the 10 S&P 500 industry sectors. - They replicate as closely as possible the investment
**weighting**and returns of the benchmark index they are designed to track. - Plus we just used moving averages of daily put/call closes rather than properly
**weighting**the total put and total call volume. - Events that transform companies can complicate things when you're focused on, say, having an 8 percent
**weighting**in industrials. - In country allocation,
**weighting**countries by GDP rather than by market cap in a global index is one way to infuse a value bias. - This is why I get so fired up when I see traders trading without understanding the concept of
**weighting**that I am about to run through. - Too high a
**weighting**of those latter types of positions can make you really underperform for longer than we or are investors are comfortable. - The percent change in the index must therefore be equal to the percent change in the stock multiplied by the stock’s
**weighting**in the index. - The country with the number one
**weighting**is Chile (26 percent), followed by Poland (22 percent), Egypt (15 percent), and Columbia (9 percent). - Garman and Klass propose a precise formula for
**weighting**the estimates, but a practical solution might be to simply weight the estimates equally. - The same, however, is not true for the capitalization-weighted index, where the
**weighting**of each stock is proportional to its total capitalization. - Making it a weighted average gives greater weight to more recent price movements, and making it an exponential
**weighting**adds greater sophistication. - If they thought it was overvalued, their response would be to maybe buy only a 3 percent position rather than the 4 percent
**weighting**in the benchmark. - In the iShares Semiconductor Index (IGW), for example, the biggest holding is Texas Instruments, which only has an approximate 8%
**weighting**in that ETF. - To the extent that the claim about return drag in market cap
**weighting**is correct, any pricing-indifferent equity ranking system should avoid this drag. - Anytime an index with over 20 components has a 40 percent
**weighting**in one, it is a cause for concern and brings into question the diversity of the index. - In a capitalization-weighted index, stocks with the greatest capitalization (stocks with a large number of outstanding shares) have the greatest
**weighting**. - This is based on a fairly complex set of rules that dictate what the
**weighting**should be in volatility derivatives relative to exposure to the equity market. - This
**weighting**is expressed by the number of equivalent underlying (futures), or the amount an option moves for a minimum price fluctuation of the underlying. - The VPN also uses this 25-point level, but instead of
**weighting**short futures exposure, the VPD buys call options with strike prices at this 25-point threshold. - Thus, there will likely be more Hammers at support, and more Hanging Man patterns at resistance, but equal
**weighting**can no longer be a given (see Figure 10-32). - If α is the
**weighting**assigned to each return r, then the estimated variance (the square of the standard deviation) σ2 over the next period of time is given by. - The
**weighting**is such that one cog here turns by … ’ He picked it up and swung it experimentally by the chain, ‘yes, turns by one tooth with every step you take. - The hedge-fund industry grew up by preying on the inefficiencies created by the mutual-fund mentality of only departing from a benchmark index
**weighting**with reluctance. - The formula for exponential smoothing appears complex but is only another way of
**weighting**the data components so that the most recent data receive the greatest weight. - Many investors don't start with the question of whether General Electric or Procter & Gamble is undervalued, they start by trying to match the
**weighting**in the benchmark. - The formula for exponential smoothing appears complex, but is only another way of
**weighting**the data components so that the most recent data receives the greatest weight. - Consequently, two strips of options that bracket 30 days are required to calculate the VIX, with appropriate
**weighting**of each strip to yield a 30-day implied volatility. - There are similar results from this premium selling program with out of the money call options as a hedge as opposed to a
**weighting**based on past levels of volatility spikes. - The highest
**weighting**of stocks in the DJX is represented by industrial companies, but only about a quarter of the performance of the index will be attributed to this market sector. - The disadvantage of the stereotyped format, of course, is that following a form frequently results in inadequate descriptions of reality and inadequate
**weighting**of what is important. - Value-oriented non-market-cap
**weighting**involves higher turnover and fees than market cap indices, but proponents of fundamental indexation argue that long-run net returns will be better. - When you actually increase the target portfolio
**weighting**of an asset when its price declines and it gets cheaper, you are simply rebalancing in a more vigorous form—you are overbalancing. - Because the
**weighting**of each stock in a price-weighted index is proportional to its price, we can replicate a price-weighted index by purchasing an equal number of shares of each component stock. - In such cases, techniques available in more advanced textbooks provide for
**weighting**the observations when estimating model coefficients so that the least variable observations receive the highest weight. - Suppose as a result of
**weighting**the coin, the probability of getting a head is now p, where 0 ≤ p ≤ 1, and the complementary probability of getting a tail (or not getting a head) is 1 − p, because p + (1 − p) = 1. - Even evaluation of static asset class premia involves choices regarding the asset universe,
**weighting**scheme, and sample period—and voluntary reporting of historical returns that one can study adds further choices and biases. - It also underscores the fact that the
**weighting**function may not refer to mistaken probabilities; in the above example people understand the probabilities correctly but value highly the shift from no chance to a possibility. - These orders, it was Rainbow Waters’ turn to tap the sheets of paper under the paperweight, are obviously
**weighting**our left wing to advance beyond Lake City while effectively holding our ground—at best—with our right. - Other factors may also need to be taken into account: The market cap
**weighting**of indices could explain some of the gap between ex ante and ex post credit premia if average losses from default and downgrading are not similarly cap weighted. - For example, if a natural disaster affected the production of a particular commodity during one year, the five-year average would reflect that change but still maintain a heavy
**weighting**on that commodity because that event was an aberration. - If we analysed the charts of the Priestly class (and by this we include priests, ministers, rabbis, imams, monks and swamis) I would wager that we would see a disproportionate
**weighting**in the sign of Sagittarius and/or power in the 9th house. - In hindsight, you may be able to say that investing in banks and gold miners was the optimal strategy, and everything else in the index was just weighing you down, or that US and international investments should have been a stronger
**weighting**. - When trading a long–short position, pairwise volatility scaling (
**weighting**long and short legs by their empirical volatilities or betas) reduces and (if risk estimates are accurate) potentially eliminates the position’s market directionality. - Equal
**weighting**, equal volatility**weighting**, minimum variance portfolios, and diversity**weighting**are other examples that have a contrarian bias (their rebalancing often involves selling assets whose prices have risen and buying assets whose prices have dropped). - In the latter case, the single implied volatility is usually the result of
**weighting**the individual implied volatilities by some criteria, such as volume of options traded or open interest, or, as is most common, by assigning the greatest weight to the at-the-money options. - For example, if fund manager A can only have 2 percent maximum position sizes in his fund, and he buys 2 percent of stock XYZ which then doubles, becoming more like 4 percent of the portfolio, he may have to cut that position back to 2 percent if it becomes too heavy of a
**weighting**in his portfolio. - The disadvantages of ignorance, of human greed, of mob psychology, of trading costs, of
**weighting**of the dice by insiders and manipulators,2 will in the aggregate far overbalance the purely theoretical superiority of speculation in that it offers profit possibilities in return for the assumption of risk. - Supporters of market cap indices object to the name fundamental index because it is not as passive a strategy as market cap
**weighting**and because it is not an equilibrium strategy that all investors could employ (the growing popularity of this strategy would make fundamental index weights and market cap weights gradually converge and thereby eliminate any return advantage).

**Weighted**average of returns, 83.- THE
**WEIGHTED**AVERAGE COST OF CAPITAL. - The USDX is a
**weighted**average of the U. - The bag was
**weighted**and slung overboard. - Our positions tend to be equally
**weighted**. - The linearly
**weighted**moving average (LMA). - They
**weighted**his limbs with an iron chain;. - THE
**WEIGHTED**AVERAGE COST OF CAPITAL (WACC). - We shall become light
**weighted**and illumined. - This gives us a
**weighted**intrinsic value of $28. - Price
**weighted**index, 443–445, 449, 454–455. **Weighted**with knowledge of what might be to come.- THE CONCEPT OF A
**WEIGHTED**AVERAGE COST OF CAPITAL. - The words hung between them like
**weighted**balloons. - My eyes felt
**weighted**, while my body was magnetized. **Weighted**Hyperextensions with bar across back/traps.- The word "home" is a
**weighted**term in the Stallman lexicon. - Daphne tried to open her eyes but they felt
**weighted**down. - It’s a little more
**weighted**toward the technology sector. - Assume the portfolio was equally
**weighted**among the 10 ETFs. - This would give her a total
**weighted**score for each solution. - The series shown is an exponentially
**weighted**moving average. - THE THEORETICAL SHAPE OF THE
**WEIGHTED**AVERAGE COST OF CAPITAL. - Her eyelids,
**weighted**with trouble, continued drooping as before. - And that’s why you’re so heavily
**weighted**, 70%, toward growth. - Muscle needs protein and
**weighted**contractions in order to build. - This is a
**weighted**measure of the importance of your Web site. - In contrast, the S&P 500 has a
**weighted**market capitalization of $21. - In the distance lay the park where the trees were
**weighted**with snow. - It’s not your leg, he answered in a voice
**weighted**with regret. - Each value is
**weighted**according to its numerical count within the field. - If our ABC Index is geometric
**weighted**, the initial index value will be. - Gold anklets clashed as she moved, jeweled bracelets
**weighted**her bare arms. - Note: Figures
**weighted**by actual vote share of parties in the respective years. - The coefficients can be
**weighted**symmetrically about the center of the filter. - One end of the rope is tied to the wall, the other
**weighted**with a lump of wood. - There are three main types of moving averages: simple, exponential, and
**weighted**. - Fletcher turned on the heater as soon as the sides were
**weighted**down with stones. - When the coefficients were
**weighted**by the overall impact of each major event, a. - The night table had a short stack of magazines,
**weighted**down by a hardcover book. - Her voice shook with age and emotion, but was
**weighted**with dignity and eloquence. - Those elements that dragged along slumbering,
**weighted**with classic concepts of a. - That’s why it’s
**weighted**differently, the Captain said, narrowing his eyes. - But it was only a middle-aged punch,
**weighted**to shock and awe and satisfy, but not. - Hal gave a shout and lashed out with clubbed hands that felt heavy, somehow
**weighted**. - With all that had happened in such a short span of time her body felt
**weighted**down. - It is extremely difficult for the average investor to determine an average
**weighted**. - The gamma isn’t
**weighted**because the price movement of the underlying products is!. - Introduced briefly in the chapter on capital structure, the
**weighted**average cost of. - Unscrupulous gamblers have
**weighted**coins so that heads comes up more often than tails. - In finance, populations are often skewed and heavily
**weighted**in one direction. - The values of the strips are then
**weighted**by how close each expiration is to 30 days. - She had decided at the start of the process not to include cost as one of the
**weighted**. - They
**weighted**so much that every time they came closer, the ground would seem to sink in. - He tried to hit Garcia with the
**weighted**end, but Garcia deflected it and knocked it away. - Crying I said, We threw it out to sea
**weighted**down with a rock near where you found us. - Instruments are
**weighted**by ranked betas and portfolios are rebalanced every calendar month. - The sector is still the most heavily
**weighted**, but makes up only about one third of the ETF. - We are not suggesting that the odds of selling options will be this much
**weighted**in your favor. - The middle band is a
**weighted**(exponential) moving average usually set over 20 trading sessions. - Below we enumerate factors that ought to be
**weighted**in the determination of capital structure. - It reached to the knuckle of her finger and gave her hand the appearance of being
**weighted**down. - If an index is price
**weighted**, the value of the index is the sum of the individual stock prices. - This is true regardless of whether the index is price
**weighted**, cap**weighted**, or equal**weighted**. - This is because the formula is
**weighted**and includes the stock’s percent off its 52-week high. - The various codes are assigned from A to H based on the
**weighted**score of the two categories used. - If the ABC Index is price
**weighted**, the index value, which was previously 100 (using our divisor of 1. - Our final estimate of value is the value under each scenario
**weighted**by its probability of occurring. - The following steps would be taken to determine the
**weighted**VIX futures calculation on August 18, 2010. - Others use exponentially
**weighted**averages, further raising the relative weight of recent observations. - Currently, the Market Leaders universe contains 331 stocks with a
**weighted**market capitalization of $46. - How will the value of the ABC Index change if the index is price
**weighted**? The new index value will be. - A
**weighted**tree can be used to model a distribution network in which electrical signals are transmitted. - Overall, adjusting for backfill bias appears to reduce (equally
**weighted**) average HF returns by 2% to 4%. - One of your rules for diversification is to never have anything
**weighted**more than 30%, is that correct? - Look here, Bob left a note! Brooke had found it
**weighted**by a rock just inside the cave’s entrance. - The two long positions have a higher net vega
**weighted**or un**weighted**than the one short, at least at onset. - It was a little closer to equilibrium than it had been before, but was still heavily
**weighted**towards Chaos. - Hank and Peter were poor seconds, Peter
**weighted**as he was with the heavy raincoat, and Hank frozen with cold. - Determination of the statistical computation is based on a
**weighted**average of the Net Profit/Net Loss and Avg. - The actual margin of safety could be anywhere below the range of values (or
**weighted**average of those values). - Conversely, if there had been more down candles than up, then the fulcrum would be
**weighted**more red than blue. - While Hoolihan, here, having already gone through all Four Provinces of the pub this night, is amply
**weighted**. - Their hands hung
**weighted**and their feet were planted so they could not move without seeming to walk underwater. - Garcia hit Maurik in the head with the
**weighted**end of his weapon and before Maurik hit the ground, Garcia had. - Only in the
**weighted**composite (last row) are position sizes adjusted dynamically, based on past year volatility. - Recent data are
**weighted**more heavily in an EMA, and, technically, no data points are ever dropped from the average. - In fact, it we treat equity like the
**weighted**average cost of capital (WACC), we can use the percent change in new. - Better algorithms to work with
**weighted**graphs are shortest-path first (Dijkstra's), Bellman-Ford, A*, and so forth. - It seemed likely enough that the
**weighted**coat had remained when the stripped body had been sucked away into the river. - He has balanced both sides of the equation, and the result is, like statistics,
**weighted**in favour of the statistician. - The latter is
**weighted**by the size of each enterprise, whereas our tests are based on taking one share of each company. - The sudden feel of a
**weighted**object on his leg had him reaching into his pants pocket he lifted out the item within it. - One time-series model often used to estimate future volatility is the exponentially
**weighted**moving average (EWMA) model. - As an organized unit the Dagonites pulled the ends of their
**weighted**net together, catching a large portion of yellow-tail. - As of December 31, 2009, there were 2,355 stocks in the Small Stocks universe, with a
**weighted**market capitalization of $1. - Already so wet that they no longer felt it, they were nevertheless shivering with cold and
**weighted**with their drenched fur. - In any case, the S&P 500 and small-cap indexes, being capitalization
**weighted**, are for all practical purposes growth proxies. - In a fundamental index and its relatives, stocks are
**weighted**by the economic scale of the company rather than by market cap. - Now Grady was six-foot-three and
**weighted**in at over two hundred and seventy-five pounds and was as black as you can be black.

- Have him record the
**weights**. - Week 4:
**Weights**on Tues/Thurs. - He worked out with
**weights**I. - Wear a backpack with
**weights**in it. - It’s almost like lifting
**weights**. - Either holding
**weights**or with hands. - Herein are stacks of free
**weights**and. - Whether holding
**weights**or with clinched. - Coin, and fix the Standard of
**Weights**and Measures. - Knee flexor strengthening in prone without
**weights**. - Hip extensor strengthening in prone without
**weights**. - Both distributions were combined with equal
**weights**. - Hip flexor strengthening in standing without
**weights**. - Using
**weights**or building strength is not only about. - Her arms and legs felt like there were
**weights**on them. - In Practice: adjust the
**weights**by amplifying what is. - Think of the counter balance like the
**weights**on your tires. - Given three types of items with the
**weights**and values are. - Twenty gasped Fred and lowered the
**weights**into his lap. - The application of the rope, pulley, and
**weights**, is obvious. - The boys were comforting, warm, heavy
**weights**against her body. - Those whose
**weights**are heavy-it is they who are the successful. - The satin jacket was thin, and showed no bulges or heavy
**weights**. - The
**weights**seemed to be helping, but he would have to be careful. - The
**weights**of 80 Coast Guard members are laid out in this table:. - From there, you should strive to increase the
**weights**each workout. - The risk factors are then mapped into asset and/or strategy
**weights**. - Weight is the sum of the
**weights**that have been included at level i. - You have gone insane! Great
**weights**must fall faster than small ones. - The boom is truck-mounted and able to lift
**weights**of 1,200 tonnes (2. - But maintain the
**weights**with justice, and do not violate the balance. - Elbow extensor strengthening in lying without
**weights**Therapist's aim. - From a large stone chest he pulled out some nets with
**weights**on the. - Hip abductor strengthening in standing without
**weights**Therapist's aim. - So that you see the whole thing is a mere matter of
**weights**and scales. - Using
**weights**without proper supervision can be a dangerous proposition. - Fly rods and line
**weights**are typically written as Nwt where the n is a. - Finishing a lift, he lowered the
**weights**and offered a firm, sweaty hand. - Hip abductor strengthening in sidelying without
**weights**Therapist's aim. - Focus T25 requires a resistance band or the use of light
**weights**, whereas. - Building up trading size is very similar to building up muscle with
**weights**. - His leg was in a cast, raised and held by tongs strapped to several
**weights**. - So, start out with very light
**weights**so that you’re able to increase the. - It doesn't hinder me riding, thank the Lord, but I can't lift heavy
**weights**. - Ankle plantarflexor strengthening in sitting without
**weights**Therapist's aim. - The coefficients of the regression will be the
**weights**of each method in the. - Hip abductor/adductor strengthening in supine without
**weights**Therapist's aim. - For your weight training, if you started with 5-pound
**weights**, graduate into 7. - Hip internal rotator strengthening in sitting without
**weights**Therapist's aim. - Hip external rotator strengthening in sitting without
**weights**Therapist's aim. - Eating a few small meals is a more effective way of losing
**weights**than eating. - Leather groaned as his holsters were relieved of the
**weights**of his twin cannon. - When lifting
**weights**, try slowing down the speed at which you lower the weight. - Immense
**weights**can be lifted and moved by levers, ramps and blocks and tackle. - Hip external rotator strengthening in sidelying without
**weights**Therapist's aim. - The "Guardian" is a small pink quartz crystal skull which
**weights**less than 1 lb. - Each composite is rebalanced to equal
**weights**every month between 1990 and 2009. - Knee flexor strengthening in supported standing without
**weights**Therapist's aim. - Trying to move the slightest part of me was like lifting
**weights**with my tongue. - Internal hip rotator strengthening in sidelying without
**weights**Therapist's aim. - All they did was ensure that our drained
**weights**of our canned goods were correct. - Knee flexor strengthening in unsupported standing without
**weights**Therapist's aim. - Where is the workbench, where is the radio, what are these
**weights**on top of him? - No sparring or grappling; just
**weights**, core work, and a half hour of jumping rope. - VaR and expected profit have the most variable
**weights**, leading by a huge margin (0. - Let weight be the sum of the
**weights**that have been included up to a node at level i. - Both of these choices can lead to birth defects and lower birth
**weights**for the baby. - Garcia walked over to the replicator, placed the
**weights**inside it, and recycled them. - It was too early for bed so I decided on a quick cardio workout with the free
**weights**. - He was limping pretty badly but he still out
**weights**me by at least seventy five pounds. - The index reviews its weightings annually and reassigns
**weights**to the index in January. - The table with
**weights**for all five types of functionalities is available (pre-defined). - The
**weights**used for the calculation of the index for some of the most important groups. - The six-year old boy strains to lift the
**weights**attached to a rope strung around his nape. - What about me? said Lloyd, who was curling two-and-ahalf-pound
**weights**and struggling. - Instruct the patient to lift the
**weights**above their chest until their elbows are straight. - Other individuals believe that lifting
**weights**is harmful because it will cause you to add. - Because these 13th gateway atomic
**weights**in-between 12 totalities are used as buffer zones. - Together, the respective costs of equity and debt are proportioned by their relative
**weights**. - The only difference is that the
**weights**those 20 million Americans are carrying consist of fat. - When Tony picks up his gym
**weights**, he may not be aware, yet his muscles are naturally resisting. - Beginners should start with least resistance, working their way up to heavier
**weights**in time. - He locked a chain with
**weights**around Ailia’s ankles and dragged her to the longship’s prow. - Exercise (lifting
**weights**, running on treadmills, taking exercise classes) is stress on the body. - When you need to lift
**weights**over your head, then you should try squeezing your butt muscles. - The duplicate again became the standard by which all other
**weights**in the country had to be tested. - The thing with exercising without
**weights**is that you need to subject your body to more resistance. - My rise, as if we were on
**weights**and pulleys, sank the priest back, all but boneless, in his chair. - When the two
**weights**were roughly equal, I was able to pull the rocks down and bring the battery up. - You can use slightly heavier
**weights**with this kind of cadence, but furthermore I theorized that it. - If you did not feel the pain of over stressed ligaments and muscles, you could lift greater
**weights**. - Placid and Oilfield boasted about the
**weights**they could bench press and strange dietary supplements. - She tried to run, but her legs were unresponsive lead
**weights**, and her feet tangled in cargo netting. - Progressive overload simply means that you can’t keep lifting the same
**weights**for the same number. - They told me in the hospital I won't ever be able to lift heavy
**weights**again, and I'd better not try. - Two silver
**weights**swung from their chain, collided with companion**weights**sending an equal amount of. - Suppose you were to bet on a six-horse race in which the horses carried varying
**weights**on their saddles. - And that was where he stood, hanging in the balance, afraid to tip the
**weights**, because there was no way. - Any surplus can be used for attaching the net to supports and
**weights**to keep it in position when in use. - Shoulder external rotator strengthening in sitting using free
**weights**with arm supported Therapist's aim.