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adj right; according to law and justice.

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Q. What is safer than caffeine but works just as well?

A. :? i fail to see what is so wrong with caffeine. as long as you don't over use it - it's fine. but if you insist of giving it up:
eat a light breakfast, orange juice.
at noon when you get tired- take a nap (less than 30 min. more than 15) after 2 weeks you won't understand how you lived without it.
exercise regularly, walk 40 min a day , 5 days a week.
that should do it.

Q. It just doesn’t work! I’m hopeless. I’ve every type of diet since I was seventeen, and yet, ten years later I still have these 10 pounds I gained in that summer. What ever I try, it seems as if they just stick there and will never leave. Help me!

A. i never constdered walking much fun. i got a dog and i walk him 4x a day for 20 min. at a time. i lost 20lbs. in three mo. try walking. you don't have to run just walk like you normally would. i could never lose weight till i walked.

Q. can you be lactose intolerant just in the morning? if i drink milk or eat a dairy product in the morning i get nausous, vomit and have diarehha. but i eat dairy products in the evening and im fine. is it possible to be lactose intolerant just in the morning?

A. Not that I'm aware of.. You are either lactose intolerant or you're not. However, it depends on how much dairy products you eat, and perhaps you consume more dairy products in the morning, on an empty stomach, where it all absorbs, where as in the evening you might eat less and combine it with other food. I would suggest you dicrease the total amount of dairy you eat, in order to get rid of these symptms.

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References in classic literature ?
I was the justest judge that was in England these fifty years," said Bacon afterwards.
He appears to have been sincere in protesting later that the presents had not influenced his decisions and that he was the justest judge whom England had had for fifty years; it seems that the giving of presents by the parties to a suit was a customary abuse.
Need we hire a herald, or shall I announce, that the son of Ariston (the best) has decided that the best and justest is also the happiest, and that this is he who is the most royal man and king over himself; and that the worst and most unjust man is also the most miserable, and that this is he who being the greatest tyrant of himself is also the greatest tyrant of his State?