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Winds will be northwesterly moderate to brisk blowing dust, it added.
If you don't get much exercise at work, take an hour's brisk walk or similar exercise daily and also exercise vigorously for at least one hour a week.
A considerable amount of this increase has taken away from aggregate discretionary spending potential; yet based on the data we have available, it appears demand was brisk enough to deliver a reasonably strong Q1 for the tech sector.
46% lower mortality rates in breast cancer patients who take a brisk walk every day
A further drop in temperatures is also expected on Thursday becoming around their seasonal average; therefore it will be moderate in most regions and relatively hot in the Jordan Valley and Aqaba with northwesterly moderate to brisk winds.
At the gym, they did low-impact aerobics; at home, they did 40 minutes of brisk walking or stationary cycling.
8 billion yen, brisk overseas sales in Internal Combustion Engine and Machinery segment, and cost reduction in public works related businesses overcame the negative effects of sharp price increases in raw materials and appreciation of yen, and led to the sharp increase in operating income.
A tangible drop in temperatures is forecast on Thursday; therefore the weather will be partly cloudy to cloudy with southwesterly to westerly brisk winds, the JMD added.
On winter days, shadows might be long and winds brisk when you reach the bench.
The cup is fresh, bright and brisk with aromatic hints of green peas and kale, leaving a crisp aftertaste.
Winds will be northwesterly moderate to brisk with clouds at various altitudes and a chance for scattered showers in the southern and eastern regions .
Women who typically walked at a brisk pace had a 68% lower risk of hemorrhagic stroke and those who walked two or more hours a week had a 57% lower risk of hemorrhagic stroke.