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Both pertain to musicians to a certain degree; Schleptet concentrates on musicians overexerting themselves, while the fugues in The Musical Sacrifice feature the musicians standing, sitting, or standing backwards while bending over to illustrate the subjects, answers, and inversions of the theme.
Of the Merseyside contingent, Gerrard was most impressive, gliding through the game without overexerting himself.
This undermines several alternative explanations for the finding, including relatives' misreporting the day of death and people on the fourth day changing their diet, increasing alcohol use, refusing to take medication, or overexerting themselves.
PP: Is there a time frame that separates pain due to peripheral vascular disease from a muscular soreness that you might experience after overexerting yourself the previous day?
And while doctors can lecture about the hazards of mixing meds (the combination of Viagra with some nitrate-based medications has proved fatal) and of overexerting oneself (a person's heart rate and adrenaline level jump dramatically during sex), more than a few men will allow the prospect of "getting some" to override their common sense.
For one thing, the standard evaluation of thyroid function (a test involving a small dose of radioactive iodine and surveillance by Geiger counter) showed that Jacobson's thyroid wasn't overexerting itself-it was, in fact, underactive.
People with a history of back or joint pain should think twice before overexerting themselves in the yard.
Some women compulsively eat to relieve tension, manage anxiety, distract themselves from the real issues, and reduce depression; others carry dieting to extremes and put themselves at risk by overexerting themselves during exercise.
Zingari helps connections in never overexerting herself when her race is won.
The fact is middle-aged people who skip the doctor's visit risk overexerting underused muscles, including the heart.
I do remember him saying on a number of occasions that God gave man a fixed number of heartbeats and that he was not going to use his up by overexerting himself.