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Loo·ser

(lō'zĕr),
Emil, Swiss physician, 1877-1936. See: Looser zones.
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While Looser Women, on twice a week from 10pm, has scantily-clad girls talking about sex.
A lasting change in normal bowel habits, such as diarrhoea or looser stools ?
Looser has employed comprehensive sources in a history that includes full citation references and appendices that list alumni, faculty, and service awards; the President's Development Council dinners; and others.
Watering to deal with dryer, looser tracks can only increase injuries, it's all a question of balance - and in terms of Wimbledon's track, you must recognise a massive plus in its favour is it is running relatively safely.
Looser argues that some writers, cognizant of negative public attitudes towards old women writers, took pains to invent personae and strategies designed to accommodate them.
Some 48% want looser ties, and a further 16% want the UK to withdraw completely from the EU.
Looser is also the author of British Women Writers and the History of Writing, 1670- 1820.
In the news release, Sharp Premium Drops, Looser Underwriting Reported for First Quarter 2007, issued earlier today by The Council of Insurance Agents & Brokers over PR Newswire, we are advised by The Council that the sixth paragraph contains numerical inaccuracies as originally issued inadvertently.
This shadow album finds Sinatra looser, edgier, even more in the moment.
It's not restricting me now - my movement feels a lot looser and more free.
Some gave traditional talks, like Jesse Bransford, who spoke on the construction of memory; others opted for a looser interpretation of the format, like Lorenzo de los Angeles III, who presented a mind-boggling light show.
About 5 to 10 percent of the population have looser ligaments than others," says Green.