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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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The zones appear near the poles and gradually migrate toward the equator on a cycle that is at least 18 or
Its support of Windows Media Video 9 Advanced Profile on the BSP-15 processor will enable Equator OEMs to deliver the best possible home entertainment experiences to their customers.
Equator will join the SGK Brand Solutions segment of Matthews.
In celebration of its 15th anniversary, the Equator Initiative will also launch a web portal featuring local nature-based solutions to sustainable development.
In adopting the Equator Principles, we do not anticipate any additional administrative burden to UK exporters applying for export finance support.
Scientists assumed the meridional flow follows a single circulation cell, traveling along the Sun's surface from the equator to the poles before sinking deep inside for the ride back.
To illustrate that idea, Saitta says a national map on the Equator system indicates areas where empty properties need to be winterized to avoid frozen water pipes.
At first blush, the adoption of the Equator Principles by private financial institutions appears to be a substantial step toward implementing environmental standards in developing countries that lack adequate regulations.
The Asian mainland doesn't extend far enough to the south for the equator to cross it, so the countries that lie on the line are concentrated in Africa, South America and the island chains of the Pacific and Indian oceans.
The Equator chip has been at the forefront of our codec development and we have, once again, introduced a new product on their chip," said Douglas A.
In June, the international finance community unveiled the Equator Principles, a set of voluntary environmental and social responsibility guidelines designed to shape development projects around the world.
Observations with the Hubble Space Telescope indicate that the band of wind circling Saturn's equator is now traveling 270 meters per second, a 40 percent drop from the supersonic speed it had just 22 years ago.
EDWARDS AIR FORCE BASE - B-52 test missions flew over the Arctic and the equator as part of a program testing new aviation electronics gear and software for keeping the bombers flying to almost age 80.
We are putting this to work for our customers in the consumer space with the new Windows Media Audio and Video 9 Series port," said Avi Katz, president and CEO of Equator.
STRADDLING THE EQUATOR, ECUAdor is both small in size and uniquely endowed with astonishing biological diversity, spectacular mountains, a rich coastline on the Pacific Ocean, and the Galapagos Islands that so fascinated Charles Darwin.