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be satiated Oh, and to have a column in the best regional daily paper in the country.
Whoever is satiated with oranges, selects less frequently the symbols associated with orange juice.
1, P < 0.05) than in the satiated group and initial control.
Subjects felt significantly more satiated if they were aroma-stimulated with the second profile.
Within minutes the battle is won and the satiated mammal slowly returns to the surface.
His curiosity is satiated and the gun is no longer a forbidden item after which he will seek.
It is thought larger women are considered more attractive because it is perceived they are satiated. The research asked men who were hungry and sated to rate pictures of women of different body sizes for an article reported in the British Journal of Psychology.
Their studies confirmed that implicit cues to resource availability influence preference for potential mates: financially dissatisfied and hungry men preferred a heavier mate than did financially satisfied men or satiated men, respectively.
They prepared Japanese cheesecakes and Mexican wedding cakes, amongst other mouthwatering offerings, and served to a well satiated crowd of 40 after church one Sunday in March.
Now the channels seem to assume that either everybody is too busy to watch TV or they will be so satiated with food or drink they won't care what they are watching.
As the evening at Joe's Pub drew to a close, an adoring and satiated audience applauded the performers, who took bows in a mix-matched line of ragged and sequined costumes.
Pelchat and her colleagues designed a study that separated food cravings from hunger by denying people desired foods but keeping them satiated.