Instead it was all about biomechanical strengthening, re-training the muscles of the body to work differently in order to take strain off
the lower back.
Bloor Homes started offering equity support schemes to take the strain off
To communicate more effectively, take the strain off
your reader's brain by adopting a concise writing style for the body of your message that suits this speedy form of communication.
This, it said, could "take some of the strain off
public health budgets, (and) make it easier to transfer 'Cliniporator' to developing countries.
According to Reuters, the goal is to promote regional airports and take some strain off
the congested airports in the capital region.
With the ability to generate our own electricity, we're taking the strain off
the state's power grid and contributing to a cleaner environment, a vision that Hearst himself would be proud of.
One of my teachers said that I needed to use my bottom muscles more to take the strain off
It is taking some of the strain off
the grass surface during August and has enabled France Galop to create new winter meetings in December and January.
There also were times when people simply jacked up their parked cars to take the weight strain off
You want to choose the most active files to place on the Solid State Accelerator, of course, to take the strain off
of the disks where the I/O bottlenecks are the worst.
And we're gearing up to use it for election results to take some of the strain off
the front-end system.
Bell Heads" contend that Internet providers don't pay a fair share of infrastructure development costs; "Net Heads" accuse phone companies of withholding ISDN and xDSL technology that would take the immediate strain off
of the infrastructure.
Take the strain off
your co-workers by making sure you have at your fingertips all the support services, data and other resources you need to work efficiently.