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Diners go to restaurants with a "well-defined goal of satiating their hunger, and, because of this well-defined goal, they are willing to invest effort and resources to satiate their hunger.
A large number of school and college students of both genders belonging to under-18 age group hang out the said Shisha houses for smoking as dont face any hurdle here to satiate their desire.
Due to the marked ability to satiate patients and the positive metabolic effects, glucomannan diet supplements have been found to be particularly efficacious and well tolerated even in the long-term treatment of severe obesity.
Acer hears this crowd, and hopes to satiate some folks out there with the Aspire Predator AG7750 gaming desktop.
He argues that the otaku provide a new model of postmodern consumer, the "database animal," whose ability to satiate themselves by cataloging, storing, and displaying characters from their stories is different from the "human" mode of consumption that searches for deeper meaning in stories.
Students at Washington State University-Pullman now have a more hassle-free way to satiate their cravings for some tasty study food--pizza.
Stellera decides that she can't keep her urges under control anymore and must dive into a darker side of her world with people she would have had nothing to do with before all to satiate her desires--and must somehow keep her 'normal' life with family and friends going at the same time.
This week, the Madinat Theatre goes all out with a four-day performance of 'A Night at the Opera', sure to satiate music lovers with a yearning for soaring sopranos and arias.
Fusing hardcore, metal and elements of hip-hop, this has a broad enough appeal to satiate fans across the spectrum from Hatebreed and Pantera to agit-rockers Rage Against The Machine.
Based on the American website, which is a favourite across the pond, you'll find all you need here to satiate your gaming desires.
Sex-obsessed Noel (Tom Hardy) searches for a woman willing to satiate his needs.
The UK (especially England) remains largely devoid of forest due to the vast amount of logging that was required during medieval times to satiate our need for fuel.