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Tired

Has been strong for a while and will probably fall due to increased supply at current price level (due to e.g. profit taking, technical analysis). Heavy.
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The obtained results of the present study have been represented in table 1 showing the standard deviation of the subjects' features and table 2 shows the descriptive statistics regarding to the maximum power, mean power, minimum power and tiredness index in pre and post tests and table 3 indicates the descriptive statistics regarding to the lactate degrees after activity and 15min after activity in pre and post tests.
Her comments came after the survey also revealed some of the measures drivers take to fight off tiredness behind the wheel.
But Wenger, who has lost William Gallas with knee ligament damage for the rest of the season and will be without first choice goalkeeper Manuel Almunia and fullback Gael Clichy for a fortnight at least, is determined tiredness will not be a factor.
Larijani pointed out that the reason of such duality is behind the tiredness of Americans acting here in the region.
More than three quarters put their trust in ineffective measures to combat tiredness such as opening a window or listening to the radio.
I've never gone through this before so obviously I'm going to feel a little tiredness in my body, but when I get into the game, my arm feels fine and everything feels fine.
Throughout my childhood, I battled illness after illness: sinus infections and flus several times every winter, ear infections, general listlessness and tiredness.
Science into human physiology has long maintained, without solid evidence, that yawning is a symptom of tiredness or boredom, or as a means of relieving tension.
As I heard these young people speak, my tiredness went.
If you have "below the neck" signs, such as extreme tiredness, muscle aches, vomiting, diarrhea, chills, swollen lymph glands or a hacking cough, allow at least two weeks before returning to intense training.
The fatigue of lupus is not sleepiness or tiredness from physical exertion, but rather a frequent, persistent complaint often described as a "bone-tired feeling" or a "paralyzing fatigue.
Thousands of veterans of the Persian Gulf War assert that they have been plagued by headaches, tiredness, joint pain, and forgetfulness since the 1991 conflict.