exert energy

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The size of a wrist-watch and worn behind the knee, the self-contained geko[TM] device is designed to increase blood flow by activating the muscle pumps in the lower leg that return blood to the heart, emulating the blood flow rate normally achieved by walking (up to 70 per cent), without the patient having to move or exert energy.
As the policy-making body of ANA, we voted to exert energy legislatively toward APRNs to sign orders for home health services and supplies.
But it was a very different Kiffin, who was under orders from his doctor not to yell or exert energy.
Surely, Sheehan knows this and isn't about to exert energy reforming a broken Democratic Party.
offensively, he forced Phoenix star Steve Nash to exert energy on both ends of the floor.
There comes a moment when empires cease to exert energy and become symbolic or existential, as we used to say back in the 1940s.