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Amy Hartman, a 32-year-old research associate in Indianapolis, joined a Weigh Down programme in 2005.
To counter the helium balloons' lifting force, Ninomiya wears--, which consists of water-filled bags, to weigh down his body.
Gwen's book, The Weigh Down Diet, has become a second Bible to Christian fatties.
CONTACT: Tedd Anger of The Weigh Down Workshop, +1-615-468-2122
And he hopes to carry on going weigh down - for Jim, of Bilston, near Edinburgh, had wanted to lose 27 stones by his 40th birthday.
The company's utility recovery program is expected to pass along utility expenses to tenants but higher heating costs may temporarily weigh down on earnings over the next couple of quarters until the program is fully implemented.
AN anchor used to weigh down a murder victim was on offer at a car- boot sale, a court heard yesterday.
With Weigh Down Workshop, a Christian weight-loss program, Peak stopped counting calories and counted on God to help her drop 120 pounds.
The deal potentially addresses two key issues in enterprise IT today - information security and availability - but software mergers are inherently risky, and Veritas' recent patchy performance in its core markets, including storage software, could weigh down Symantec's recently stellar growth.
Unfortunately, these depressing crimes weigh down the community's spirit at moments which should be upbeat - such as upon reading the Daily News report June 5 describing how Woodland Hills Elementary School's administrators, teachers and parents - without relying on the cash-starved school district - raised $22,800 to buy 18 personal computers and related equipment.
Looking ahead free cash flow may be pressured somewhat during 2005 as higher levels of capital expenditures related to subscriber acquisition costs and satellite expenditures weigh down free cash flow generation.