Hayward had run to fat
during the last two or three years--it was five years since Philip first met him in Heidelberg--and he was prematurely bald.
They seem to run to fat
from an early age or seem unnaturally, prematurely developed.
"They are very kindly to have around, they are a large sheep and they don't run to fat
. They are very prolific, they can have three or four lambs and they have no problems rearing them because they have all this milk."
A pot belly pig is no different, they are just smaller and run to fat
Can you imagine the children of the upper classes being allowed to run to fat
``Quite a few Liverpudlians show a worrying tendency to run to fat
and are more likely to be afflicted by heart disease,'' says the report.
'Hell hath no fury like an ex-wife run to fat
,' quipped Burchill's former husband Tony Parsons in their on-going war of words and it was this line that probably cut her to the quick.
Pity the researchers, too, who have to sate our thirst for wives run to fat
, for exhibitionistic good time gals and brothers-in-law who have the pick and mix of their sibling's partners.
So remember, you might not want to run to fat
- but a little fat is necessary to make you run.
Anyone who read Margaret Cook's revelations with a hint of glee and who looks at pictures of one-time pin-ups (Pamela Stephenson, Kim Wilde, etc) run to fat
with an uneasy sense of satisfaction, will get my drift.
C ATTLE are supposed to run to fat
. They graze in summer, building up fat that will keep them going through the lean winter months.