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Body

The main part of a document or advertisement. The body provides the most detailed information compared to other parts of a document. Especially in marketing, it is intended to elicit the desired response from the reader.
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It is as if the first wound of violence, the initial and simultaneous damaging of individual bodies and their corporate body, effaces the social capacity for description.
In addition, HIV-related information is currently produced in every conceivable format--audiovisual, electronic, print, realia--and is present in all discipline-specific bodies of knowledge affected by the pandemic.
This has also been true historically; articles geared toward helping women develop positive feelings about their bodies have been few and far between.
Kropf, president of Supreme Corporation, said the acquisition will be made by Supreme/Murphy Truck Bodies, Inc.
But on the margarine day, their bodies didn't adjust by burning a greater proportion of fat.
Museum of Nature & Science visitors will be able to experience the human body in all its elegance and complexity by viewing real human bodies that have been preserved through a remarkable process called Plastination.
While the paper highlights the young boys' voices, it specifically identifies how boys construct notions around their bodies and body identity.
Today, our bodies are meant to achieve an impossible standard (think Kate Moss or Pam Anderson), so most civilians--a.
A couple of weeks before Christmas, my wife and I worked in a mercifully quick visit to the Ontario Science Centre in Toronto to view Body Worlds 2, The Anatomical Exhibition of Real Human Bodies.
If you longed for a physical fitness, regime that would be more fun than push-ups and sit-ups, more gentle on the body than running, and more accessible and inviting to you right now in the shape you are in than--say--going to a health-club full of already pumped up and slimmed down bodies, don't despair: there is an option for you.
Processed food, an increasingly sedentary lifestyle, and office or factory work all inspired a sense of drudgery that seemed to force human bodies to perform in unnatural ways to the extent that obesity, ugliness, and early decay were increasingly becoming the norm.
The team first found the object in October 2003 during a search for distant bodies in the solar system.