fatten : Definition, Usages, News and More

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fa tuhn

  • v  make fat or plump

  • Its massive lithium-ion-battery array can power it for up to 250 miles of highway travel, and even though it will fatten your electricity bill, the Roadster is still twice as .
  • But now that lean times have returned, Russia's Ministry of Health is encouraging a revival of a diet full of cabbage, sour milk and other traditional foods to fatten Russians .
  • When you manage the grass incorrectly, you have to supplement, whether it's antibiotics to keep the animals healthy or grain to fatten them up, Barber told me as the rain .
News & Articles

  • An Obesity Drug Stock to Fatten your Portfolio?
    An Obesity Drug Stock to Fatten your Portfolio?        
    June 10, 2013 - The Motley Fool
  • Land swap increases size of Game Farm Park
    The City of Auburn and the State Department of Parks recently wrapped up a land swap. Auburn came out of the deal with 4.7 additional acres of land to fatten up Game Farm Park on the City's southeast end, and the state got some commercial property the City had owned at 810 20th St. NE.
    June 5, 2013 - Auburn Reporter

  • Paul Clymer in BusinessWeek
    Nothing like corporate welfare to fatten the wallets of those who already have secured great benefits through this casino gambling law,Clymer said.
  • Bob Crow in guardian.co.uk
    Bob Crow, the RMT general secretary, said: "The strikes come down to one simple fact: this is a greedy company, pumped full of public subsidies who now expect their staff to take a hit on their pay and working conditions while the top bosses fatten...
  • Francis Escudero in Inquirer.net
    The list will tell us who hogged the swine funds, and if the money was indeed used to fatten some pigs or fatten someone's bank account or campaign war chest,Escudero told reporters. "Publication is the only way to know if the funds were...

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