Not only are daily studies tracking oversold at this point, but weekly studies are also unhealthily
overextended and show the need for a major upside reversal and mean reversion.
un*health*i*ly \-th[schwa]-l[macron over e]\ adverb <They eat unhealthily
Wilfred seems unhealthily
fixated on their daughter Linda, who moves in mysterious circles in her job as a personal secretary, while we quickly gather that they are estranged from their gay son.
China's remarkable economic performance since 1979 has been built on a highly mercantilist trade policy and an unhealthily
high rate of capital accumulation.
I agree that the church is obsessed with virginity and celibacy, unhealthily
obsessed in my view.
Ivan, whose parents are clearly unhealthily
awed by his intelligence and take-charge manner, decides to supervise Hilly's therapy with a local well-known psychiatrist.
The quarrel between Ted Clarke and Rex Gooch exposed me to some extremely unpleasant emails from both men, who seem unhealthily
obsessive about something that should be a good-natured quest rather than a cause for such vitriol.
Hosted by The Ambiguously Gay Duo, a superhero team unhealthily
obsessed with former ``SNL'' performer (and current has-been) Jimmy Fallon, ``The Best of Saturday TV Funhouse'' offers a nice compendium of Smigel's sensibility, which is a lot edgier than the show otherwise tends to be these days.
Demands for clearer labels came in the Commons last week amid cross-party concern that British diets include unhealthily
high levels of salt.
In The Kid Who Couldn't Miss, he makes it clear that even if Billy was sell--absorbed and unhealthily
addicted to aerial combat, it took a lot of guts to buzz around in dinky toy flying machines, trading machine-gun fire with rivals like the legendary Red Baron, Manfred von Richthofen, who collected the ID tags of dead adversaries.
Q: Have you noticed any changes in the entertainment industry's pressure on actresses to be unhealthily
During the project, led by Jon Ericson, a professor and interim chair of the Department of Environmental Analysis, and Dean Baker, director of the College of Medicine's Center for Occupational and Environmental Health, nearly 11% of the children were found to have unhealthily
high concentrations of blood lead.