- v. present participle of exercise.
- n. the activity of exerting your muscles in various ways to keep fit
“But as far as I can tell, the secret to exercising is to learn to live with the discomfort.”
“Here he spends time with the Hoop Mamas, a play group for women, men and children of all ages who are interested in exercising with hula hoops.”
“I make it a point to know them (my rights) so I feel more free in exercising them than most people would.”
“Therefore, be it resolved that government ensure that no new barriers are created that will hinder users in exercising their consumer rights of fair dealing.”
“There never was a point to establishing two states, other than that neither group was willing to trust the other to be reasonable in exercising their rights.”
“There are of course criminal laws that are violated when one uses poor judgement in exercising their rights.”
“My tip for exercising is to put some audio books on your ipod or mp3 player.”
“Whenever I begin exercising after a period of inactivity, my legs itch like mad for about 45 minutes after I run.”
“The Freedom has expressed strong interest in exercising her option, once budgets are finalized for 2011.”
“OpenVolokh: Free speech does not mean that there is not a social price to pay for exercising extremely poor judgment in exercising that freedom.”
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