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the total offspring of an individual male; refers usually to a stallion.
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Adventure Science is about getting outside, exploring the world, and understanding nature in a scientific way.
WHILE PACKAGING PREVENTS THE OUTSIDE FROM SETTMS IN AND POING HARM, IT ALSO PREVENTS INSIDEBATTERY LEAKAGE-FROM GETTING OUTSIDE AND PUTTING HARMFUL CHEMICALS IN THE AIR OR ON THE SHELF.
Having active fun together can be as simple as getting outside to build a snow fort or a family of snow people in the winter.
But if the weather is decent, you can't beat getting outside for an hour or so and thrashing yourself (training hard).
For example, in the "Extreme Couch Potato" DVD, Hardy Heart learns an important lesson from Madame Muscle about turning off the television, choosing healthy snack foods, and getting outside to play.
Kids talk to each other on the computers now rather than getting outside and socialising.
It's great to be getting outside and we chose a decent long walk in the hope that people can get sponsor forms and walk for the society.
They put the province under blockade conditions, showing that they are getting outside support in order to stir anxiety and chaos once more," a statement on the rebels' website said.
About three out of four veterans receive a portion of their care in the private sector, he said, so VA physicians can't provide the best care unless they are able to see the types of treatments and medications they are getting outside of the system.
If fitness is on your mind, but the weather is against getting outside to do your thing, consider working out at home.
But I bet if you ask your friends and relatives, who run outside, what's so great about it, they'll probably say that getting outside helps them shake off the stress and stiffness that comes with an office-bound job and it helps them tune into the changing seasons.
Sometimes for me it helps to remember the simple things--like family, food and music, and getting outside more often.