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This will decrease the feeling of hunger and keep the individual in a better mood than those eating six small meals, which don't offer satisfaction to the patient because he or she feels that the stomach is not filled up.
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His main thrust was that the price wars between the multiples have brought retail frozen food prices down to a level where many consumers look at the offering and consider that such a low cost product is unlikely to offer satisfaction. Additionally, he claimed that the more aspirational consumers now shy away at the price level alone, without even giving frozen products a chance to impress.
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* Offer satisfaction, not cash: Aggressive guarantees don't have to be expensive, Mitchell notes.
In that sense, Licensed to Kill may be said to offer satisfaction rather than pleasure--although, given the properly dispassionate mood, you can be fascinated by the minute workings out of even the most malodorous experiment.
Cold words do not offer satisfaction. What the CIA - who brief Obama at every point before he signs off on a weekly EoACAykill list' - do not factor into the equation is that the EoACAypersons of interest' who are supposed to be the target sometimes turn out to be innocent people.