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squat

to occupy land or property without title or authority. Many systems give some protection to squatters even if only to the extent of requiring judicial process for removal.
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ALMOST one in five of the homeless people living in London squats are Irish a new study has found.
Doing squats on a balance board, for example, is less an exercise in absolute strength than a neurological exercise in stabilizing the body on an unstable base.
SQUATS is the value bet to continue his trainer William Haggas' purple patch with victory in the 888Sport Charity Sprint (3.
Complete the full 20-25 seconds then swap legs Quarter turn jumping squats: The normal squat as previously shown Drink pop.
Yorkshire pudding - 18 minutes walking or 15 minutes of squats
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I already knew about her recordbreaking squats and had heard how she had amazingly come back from an injury and still went on to break records.
Whereas partial squats are utilized by carpenters, plumbers, floor layers and house-maids during various job related activities, universally (12).
The subjects then completed the unilateral squat protocol intervention, consisting of various repetitions of Bulgarian split squats performed with the dominant leg.
That narrows the field down to just four -- Watchable, Squats, Afjaan and Suzi's Connoisseur.