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A small fragment resulting from breakage, cutting, or avulsion.
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Q. What does it means when you eat more junk (like chocalate and hot chips) than you do food? Is that good or bad chocolate hot chips pickles olives cheetos pops juice hot chips again hot chips again

A. Pickles and olives are not that junk, although they may contain high amounts of salt (sodium) that may exacerbate hypertension. Regarding the rest of the foods you listed, well, they aren't the best thing to eat- a lot of calories and fat, without satisfying your appetite.

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I have to see if I can chip away at my personal best Jemma Reekie
Chip Away came about from a recorded interview with Labour MP Mr Benn about the Conservative government's plans to make students pay for their university education, which had previously been free.
Eventually, though, rescuers did manage to chip away a hole large enough for the boys leg to be freed, much to the relief of his mother.
They said about a dozen people used hammers to chip away at the mainly concrete wall, which Egyptian authorities erected after daily protests last month sparked by tensions over the death of five Egyptian security personnel in Sinai which Cairo blamed on Israel.
"The law just tries to chip away at what we know is a facade." Twenty head shops across the state have filed a lawsuit, claiming it unconstitutionally "singles out a specific type of retail business, and criminalizes the owners."
What is the Brady Campaign doing in your state to chip away at the way you do business?
Incorporating a radical chip breaker to direct the chip away from the tube surface and dissipate heat, the cutter blades can be supplied in styles to match many angles of end prep.
The second period was different as the Eagles found the attacking mentality they had had in the first half and started to chip away at the lead.
Martin O'Malley (D) signed into law in November to extend health coverage to an estimated 140,000 people puts Maryland among a growing group of states attempting to chip away at their soaring numbers of uninsured.
Hamilton said: "It is always an advantage when you start the weekend ahead, but you can chip away at that and it is a lot smaller at the end of the weekend.
A POPULAR city bus route will be phased out "through the back door" if transport bosses continue to chip away at the service, claims an angry councillor.
Apparently, if the "choice" weapon can be used to chip away at the foundations of society, statists are all for it; however, if your personal choice isn't compatible with the hobgoblin of the hour, that's tough.