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What does overweight mean?

Asked by Amarnath Sharma, 27 Jan '08 06:06 pm
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When ur weighing machine says 'One at a time please'
Answered by desi, 27 Jan '08 06:06 pm

 
  
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Overweight means the script which which have less EPS and PE
Answered by machomak, 27 Jan '08 11:23 pm

 
  
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Many other friends said realities about the overweight problem and if they are repeated i am robbing off their views/feedbacks presented.....so, Sharmaji, sorry for attacking your Q in a different way, like:

There is a limit for 'endurances' of all people about carrying 'head-loads'. If a guy is able to head-load 15 KG max. and if he is dumped with any load plus 15 KG is definitely addressable as 'over weight'. (lol) The same good ol' story about an ass, salt-sack and cotton sack being loaded on to him at different occasions and that bridge under which the canal flows......ass falls in it with salt sack...found after recovery that the weight is drastically reduced.....repeats the same trick when 'cotton' was loaded....and how the ass guy got punished by his foolishness....(lol) No Hard Feeling, Dosth...We are serious all the time...but there should be some humors now and then....
Answered by Subramaniam PVS, 27 Jan '08 06:42 pm

 
  
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if your weight is not eq to yur age.e.g.if yu r 18 yrs & yur wt is 80 kg.
Answered by Rajat Hardikar, 27 Jan '08 06:07 pm

 
  
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in terms of shares overweight means a share having a profit value more than one can expect
Answered by luku ku, 27 Jan '08 06:54 pm

 
  
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yr weight should be 1/3 of hight. if not so than u r over weight or under weight.
Answered by jitendra panchal, 27 Jan '08 06:09 pm

 
  
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