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  • teenager borrows the car to get a fast food hamburger, the hamburger should be the least of their worries. Our new food safety initiative will give families
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  • Does a Food Become a Luxury? By Edgar Henry Summerfield Bailey 1579474Popular Science Monthly Volume 77 December 1910 — When Does a Food Become
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  • confusion. 2) Noncompeting uses : McDonald's marks have been developed in the fast-food business and do not preclude the use of "McSleep Inn" in the lodging business
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  • families in the Western United States when they took their children to fast-food restaurants that served them hamburgers tainted by the E. coli bacteria
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  • an office building in San Francisco, on a train in Long Island, at a fast-food restaurant outside Chicago. Each time they were visited by this kind of
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  • changes in our lifestyles are making matters worse. We're eating more fast food because of our hectic schedules, and we're less physically active because
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  • student. One day, like millions of other kids, he ordered a hamburger at a fast food restaurant. But he died a few days later because he was poisoned by an
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  • of 806 F.2d 253 Kellerman v. Frankford Hosp. 806 F.2d 253 Philadelphia Fast Food Partnership Appeal of 806 F.2d 253 Lactaid, Inc. v. Youtie 806 F.2d 253
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  • strength and courage, and neither is possible to a fasting body." She shook her head. Despite her long fast, food was repellent. Anxiety was thrusting her heart
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  • satisfy powerful interests, exempting nearly half of consumers’ food purchases. Fast-food outlets, full-service restaurants, fresh meats and seafood, deli
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  • Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 10 Fasting 13571791911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 10 — Fasting FASTING (from “fast,” derived from old Teutonic fastêjan;
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  • and drink, or at least a certain restraint in respect of food. As a religious custom, fasting seems in have originated in the conceived necessity of proper
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  • to God the service that is due.  When the body therefore fasts from food, let the mind fast from vices, and pass judgment upon all earthly cares and desires
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  • reared them. We do not ask you to open the ports, but to shut them fast. No food must leave this island till the industrious people are fed—a precaution
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  • interpretation of section 110(5). The defendant, owner and operator of a fast-service food shop in downtown Pittsburgh, had "a radio with outlets to four speakers
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  • the whole army; "For none throughout the day till set of sun, Fasting from food, may bear the toils of war; His spirit may be eager for the fray
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  • Chapter VI. CEREALS. CEREALS (cultivated grasses) rank first among vegetable foods; being of hardy growth and easy cultivation, they are more widely diffused
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  • More people are receiving food stamps than ever before, and average benefits per person have grown at a rate faster than food price inflation. Yes, there
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  • employed, as, for example, that “ population has a tendency to increase faster than food," a sentence in which both are treated as if they were spontaneous
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  • earth, it has been ordained, that population should increase much faster than food. This general law, (as it has appeared in the former parts of this
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