lose strength

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The cyclone is expected to lose strength as it moves further inland.
Mexico City, Muharram 11, 1437, Oct 24, 2015, SPA -- Hurricane Patricia continues to lose strength as
The veteran BJP leader asked the Congress to introspect why it lost power and why it continued to lose strength.
It is expected to lose strength by Sunday dropping to 30 knots (35mph), according to satellite data available to Geo News.
MUSCLES The muscles in the body can lose strength as we age but we can maintain strength for longer through regular training.
Muscles - the muscles in the body can lose strength as we age but we can maintain strength for longer through regular training.
The mats will not gain weight, warp or lose strength when wet--yielding consistent, reliable performance.
There are a lot of partnerships there and that's a good thing, we can change a lot of players and we don't lose strength, which is important.
Steel begins to lose strength at approximately 1,000 degrees, Leto noted, and the test yielded data needed to assess and design the next round of improvements.
Made of neodymium, the same magnetic material used in Maglev trains and MRIs, Nanodots are permanent magnets, so they will never deplete or lose strength, and each dot is protected by a high-quality, resilient, anti-bacterial surface.
But having ridden in the three practice sessions here it's clear that it is really impossible for me to maintain a high pace because I lose strength in my arm lap by lap and controlling the bike gets increasingly difficult.
There have been developments that have happened that people are reading as indicators of recovery, but they tend to lose strength," he said.