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Fancy parties where the room was saturated with this heroic fluid, theaters where it should be kept at high pressure; what passion in the souls of the actors and spectators
But no, thank heaven, both man and horse were gone, and nothing was left to witness against me but two objects - unpleasant enough in themselves to be sure, and presenting a very ugly, not to say murderous appearance - in one place, the hat saturated with rain and coated with mud, indented and broken above the brim by that villainous whip-handle; in another, the crimson handkerchief, soaking in a deeply tinctured pool of water - for much rain had fallen in the interim.
Mary took him in hand, and when she was done with him he was a man and a brother, without distinction of color, and his saturated hair was neatly brushed, and its short curls wrought into a dainty and symmetrical general effect.
giving to each its proper attributes with marvellous readiness; brimful and saturated with what he had read in his lying books
Saturated fatty acids differ from other fats in their chemical composition.
The Heart UK study found some Italian restaurants were serving four days' worth of the recommended saturated fat for women in a single sitting.
A whopping 92% of the fat in coconut oil is saturated fat, which has been linked to heart disease.
Saturated Polyester Resin Market by Type (Liquid SPR and Solid SPR), Application (Powder Coatings, Industrial Paints, Coil & Can Coatings, Automotive Paints, Flexible Packaging, and 2k PU Coatings), and by Region - Global Forecasts to 2021
Coconut oil contains a specific type of saturated fat called lauric acid that has been shown to raise HDL ("good") cholesterol.
Dubai: Saturated fats are one of the main building blocks of many cellular structures in the human body and should be consumed in reasonable amounts, said Dr Sonia Gupte, General Physician at iCare Clinics.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Contrary to prevailing dietary advice, a recent evidence review found no excess cardiovascular risk associated with intake of saturated fat.
Doubling or even nearly tripling saturated fat in the diet does not drive up total levels of saturated fat in the blood, according to a controlled diet study by Jeff Volek, professor of human sciences at Ohio State University, Columbus.