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TWiST

Time without Sx of disease or toxicity AIDS A quality of life indicator, corresponding to the number of months preceding the development of a Sx with ≥ grade 3 HIV disease, whichever occurred first. See Q-TWiST.
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Sugar Twists don't give way to the many setbacks associated with other hair ties," says Nadia Valentino, founder of Milk & Sass.
TOP TIP Work your twists around the outside of the pony - this will ensure you take consistent sections for each twist.
In recent years the trend has been to faster twists, for several reasons:
As we forecast on December 5, Paul Nicholls' speedster TWIST MAGIC notched up his third win at Sandown in the Tingle Creek Chase.
These stems were often ornamented with the addition of tear-shaped bubbles of air and it wasn't long before glass makers discovered they could elongate and twist these to produce a variety of decorative effects.
After a brief water break, perform an exercise called the woodchopper and twist with a plate.
The result is "City of Twist," a premiere work for his dance company to be performed at New York's Joyce Theater October 15-20.
A protein called Twist, which orchestrates gene activity in cells, facilitates the spread of some breast cancers, according to a study in the June 25 Cell.
To tune the sides of the tummy, do a Crunch, but twist to one side, avoiding any jerking movements, Come back down almost to the mat, then twist up to the other side.
You can wrap and twist them, pulling hair through the beaded elastic bands; I like hair accessories that I can use in unique and unconventional ways.
3 -- color) Pesto Crescent Twists With Feta Spread in the Casual Snacks and Appetizers Category earned Judy Wood of Vestavia Hills, Ala.
In his experiments, Bellan zaps puffs of hydrogen gas with hundreds of megawatts of electricity to transform the gas into plasma and to make the arcs twist in response to their own magnetic forces, as many of their big solar cousins do.