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low-cal

(lō′kăl′)
adj.
Having fewer calories than what is standard or typical: low-cal snack foods.
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Line large baking tin or ovenproof dish with foil, spray with low-cal fry spray or use a little oil.
Low-Cal Vegan Comfort Food (ISBN 978-1-61519-042-3) is o 272-page book.
While she stuck to low-cal vodka and soda, Mel B couldn't let the night go and refused to take off her cat-suit.
Wu thinks that restaurants ought to offer more low-cal options.
The Shop-A-Holic in Gotham package includes a one night stay for USD479 inclusive of breakfast for two, one three-hour shopping excursion, a list of sample sales for post-tour shopping, and a serving of low-cal fusion vodkas by Voli Light Vodkas.
Anheuser-Busch executives say promising results in early markets have prompted the brewer to widen its test markets for Select 55, its low-cal answer to MGD 64.
Antibodies," the film by German writer-director Christian Alvart, is low-cal "Silence of the Lambs.
After all the fanfare last year about Beringer Blass' low-cal wine for women, its creators have come clean: White Lie is no longer being produced.
Hennig Olsen has successfully introduced Living lite, a low-cal icecream, onto the Norwegian market this year.
CHOCOHOLICS It's the news every choccie lover has been waiting for - low-cal chocolate bars.
Low-cal soft drinks gaining market share on regular soda: Although the $64 billion soft drink industry still is dominated by regular soda, sales of diet are surging and some industry analysts say lowcal eventually could take the lead.
Purdue studies on rats and low-cal sweeteners rehashed old ideas that have been discredited in scientific literature.