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Now, since Lord Shiva used to consume poison to save people, I want Congress workers to make their leader consume 500 grams of poison," Vasava, who is the state's Tribal Development Minister, said at a rally here on Monday.
'So it is better to eat the one we feel is expensive that to consume the cheap one and regret later,' Aliu said.
According to the EGBC, an independent party that promotes green building practices, the more energy efficient hotels in Dubai consume 58 per cent less energy and 65 per cent less water than the worst performers in the category.
A further adjustment of P1.34 is expected for those who consume a monthly average of 20 cu.m.
Comment: What needs to be determined is whether consuming sweetened drinks with sugar, caffeine and other chemicals increases the symptoms, or if hyperactive kids are more likely to consume sweetened beverages.
Smart money is on milk: Nations that consume a lot of milk and milk products also tend to have a lot of Nobel laureates among their populations, according to recent research.
PRODUCTION MAY REALLY just be a creative way to thoughtfully consume. Inserting novel code into culture--code that can expand our ideas of what can be consumed.
Survey respondents reported drinking 26% of the wine they consume without food.
However, during times of food scarcity, the Chakma villagers surveyed mentioned that they consume the flowers of these two plants following boiling and mashing.
The researchers found that men who consumed alcohol increased their risk of pancreatic cancer by 1.5 to six times compared with those who did not consume alcohol or who had less than one drink per month.
These lamps consume 90 percent less power than a standard incandescent lamp and 50 percent less than a CFL.
Fourth-placed Germany consumed 855,000 tons in 2008 and will consume 865,000 tons this year and 870,000 tons in 2010, up 1.1% and 0.5% respectively.