There's nothing wrong with the occasional treat, but a balanced diet, with plenty of exercise, is the best way to stay in shape and ward off
those office-induced pounds!
Banking forex managers noted that the messages reflect the policy of CBC to ward off
hot money via active intervention in the market.
Applying the same rule, it is better to close down schools to ward off
Just over a fifth (21 per cent) believe a cold should be fed and a fever starved, with one in 20 admitting to carrying garlic to ward off
flu, while nearly one in three believe dosing up on vitamin C can cure it despite no medical evidence to prove this.
The uniforms are laced with silver, which works to ward off
bacteria and prevent contamination which can spread through materials such as clothing.
Picking a pimple can double its life, so ward off
temptation by using a concealer that doubles as treatment.
Rival Christian general Michel Aoun, who supports Hezbollah, is also having to ward off
Human Rights Campaign The gay rights organization offers the Stripe Equality Cloche Hat ($14.95), a snappy toque to help ward off
Offering complete, comprehensive, "user friendly", step-by-step, illustrations instructions, anyone can learn how to defend themselves with using a six-inch flashlight to ward off
and punish an attacker.
To ward off
online threats, conduct regular reviews of your credit card and bank statements.
When the team used a genetic technique to turn off APL2 in mosquitoes not previously exposed to the parasite, the change didn't alter the bugs' capacity to ward off
The teenagers who are the prime targets for recruitment are being told just about anything to ward off
whatever misgivings they may have.