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narrow at the equator

Very hungry. The phrase alludes to the idea of having a slimmer midsection due to not eating. I'm so narrow at the equator—can we please get some food now?
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Mombasa is very close to the equator, and our altitude is low, so there is maximum heating, that is why we are experiencing high temperatures.
Garry Hamilton, business development director at Equator, said: "We are excited to be working with Virgin Active as its strategic partner.
One explanation for the dark ribbon is that because electrons preferentially travel along magnetic field lines, these photoelectrons are diverted to higher latitudes from the magnetic equator as they move to lower altitudes -- leaving behind the ribbon of reduced H3+ production.
The ability to tap into vast pools of fuel in the form of ice on, even on the equator, on the Martian surface will add to the feasibility of future Mars missions, the team feels.
Equator will join the SGK Brand Solutions segment of Matthews.
Winning groups join a prestigious network of 208 community-based organizations from 70 countries that have been awarded the Equator Prize since 2002.
"When El Nino happens in the winter, warm water along the equator pulls the Pacific subtropical jet stream, which is blowing eastward from Japan, and pulls it southward towards the warm water and equator, and when the jet stream is pulled southward, it pulls the winter storm track for frontal storms coming off the Pacific Ocean southward with it," Gutzler explains.
Under the brand name PiPPER STANDARD[R], using its patent-pending fermented pineapple technology, Equator Pure Nature produces, markets and sells a line of natural, hypoallergenic certified, biodegradable household cleaning products, including laundry detergent, fabric softener, stain remover and floor cleaner.
Nathan Weatherstone, NBAD's Head of Renewable Energy, said, "The adoption of the Equator Principles resonates with the bank's core values and demonstrates the bank's leadership on environmentally and socially responsible lending practices.
The Equator Principles are a voluntary set of standards for determining, assessing and managing social and environmental risk in project financing and are considered the financial industry's gold standard for sustainable project finance.
"The Equator Prize 2015 is a well deserved recognition of FORMADAT for trying to outline a local model of sustainable and fair development that builds on strong cultural heritage," continues Cristina.
"With Lenders One, Equator and now Mortgage Builder, Altisource offers customers a complete, all-in-one real estate and mortgage life cycle management platform," said John Vella, chief operating officer of Equator.
Due to the tilt in the Earth's axis, the sun travels at 23.5 degrees north and south of the equator. The sun falls directly over places on the equator during equinox, moves northward toward the Tropic of Cancer and then southward again.
People in heavily populated Pacific and Indian Ocean coastal regions beyond the tropics should take heed, US scientists said on Wednesday, because tropical cyclones increasingly are packing their biggest punch farther from the equator, the Reuters said.