Calori

Ca·lo·ri

(kah-lō'rē),
Luigi, Italian anatomist, 1807-1896. See: Calori bursa.
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calori 3313 Removing sugary stuff from the shelves is one way of combating obesity.
On the one hand, the space for this type of reflection on the presumptions that are involved in certain situations respond to the proposal of Durand and Calori (2006) on spaces for dialogues where people suspend their prejudices and listen to others, allowing for exchanges of meaning among them, striving to enhance their understanding of a specific situation.
Dim ond tua 350 calori mae ci bychan ei angen bob dydd, a llai i gath - tua 280 calori.
Given that inter-firm communications is culture and structure specific (Adler, 1986; Bandyopadhay and Robicheaux, 1993), interactions between dissimilar practices are likely to be problematic and could cause negative feelings and attitudes among employees, resulting in poor performance (Elsass and Veiga, 1994; Very, Lubatkin and Calori, 1996).
But that run saw coach Giuseppe Scienza replaced by Alessandro Calori and since then they have lost just once in 13 matches.
While no one can force feed us, being bombarded by all this enticement leads many consumers to seek instant grati cation and reward themselves with calori c food.
30) Tugrul Atamer, Roland Calori, Diagnostic et decisions strategiques, Editia a IIa, Dunod, Paris, 2003.