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Range Resources Trinidad Limited is seeking suitable applicants to fill the
following positions within its Exploration and Development Department:
required minimum qualification a Bsc.
Degree in Petroleum Engineering from a recognized University plus a
minimum of five (5) years work experience with emphasis on EOR Design
and implementation including Reservoir Simulation.
required minimum qualification a Bsc Degree in Geology from
a recognized University. Workstation experience will be an asset.
required minimum qualification a Bsc Degree in
Geophysics or Geology with a strong Geophysics component from a
required minimum qualification an Advanced Level
Certificate with Mathematics and/or the physical Sciences. A BSc Degree or
equivalent in Mathematics and/or the physical Sciences would be an asset.
All applicants must be familiar with Microsoft Office Suite. Remuneration
will be based on academic qualification, level of experience and
suitability for the job. Applicants should e-mail their resumes to
by May 09th 2014 and include the Position
applying for in the email's Subject.
South and Central, it's your turn for fun as the magic comes to the
Southern Academy of the Performing Arts!!! Crazy Catholic and
D C Shell Theatre will take you, your family and friends into Fairy Land!!
From the producers of Rapunzel, Aladdin, Beauty and the Beast, Cinderella, Sleeping Beauty,
Snow White, Rumpelstilskin, Red Riding Hood, Bollywood and Phantom of the NAPA
comes a brand new play based on the story by the Brothers Grimm.
Another memorable show for the entire family,
written and directed by the Crazy Catholic.
You are invited to fairyland - Magic,
Romance, Comedy and Non-Stop Fun
Please add us!
D C SHELL THEATRE
and CRAZY CATHOLI
Don't dream... come!
FRIDAY 2nd MAY - 8.30 p.m.
SATURDAY 3rd MAY - 7.30 p.m.
SUNDAY 4th MAY - 5.30 pm
FRIDAY 2nd MAY - 10.00 a.m.
SPECIAL SCHOOL SHOW: All schools invited
BUY 1 TICKET: Get 1 ticket free ($150)
Produced by D C Shell Theatre
Pioneers in Family
Fairy Tales, Bollywood
& Clean Comedy.
SAPA box office opens from
Wednesday 30 April at 11am daily
732-5796, 683-6496, 796-4272, 750-0104
Losing weight is challenging, and
people who struggle with it often tell
the same story: they increase their
exercise and decrease their calories,
only to be frustrated by a scale that
doesn t change. They might even gain
weight! What s the deal?
Undereating can slow down your
metabolism and make you gain weight.
You need calories to exercise, walk, eat,
sleep, think, breathe, pump blood---the
list goes on. If you don t take in enough
calories to survive, your body will store
food to protect itself. It will not let you
burn off what you can t afford to lose,
even during exercise.
If your calorie intake is too low, it
can effect your thyroid, which regulates
hormone levels in the body. Hormones
are responsible for regulating mood
If you are not getting hunger signals,
it could be a sign that you have slowed
your metabolism. You may also feel
more irritable or depressed due to lack
of fuel. It s a double-whammy: you
may be starving or unhappy, and you re
not losing weight. Cravings are also a
sign of low energy. The body craves
sugar when it is not nourished.
Instead of starving yourself, follow
some of these easy guidelines to stay
healthy while losing weight.
What you can do
Eat every three or four hours.
Skipping meals frightens your body
into thinking you are going to starve.
Try to eat every three or four hours,
alternating between meals and snacks.
Set an alarm to help you remember.
Balance your meals
Include sources of fiber, healthy fats
and protein whenever you can. Fiber
makes you feel full without piling extra
calories into your belly.
Complex carbohydrates like brown
rice and whole wheat bread also help
you feel satiated longer. If you have to,
plan your meals and snacks ahead of
time to stay consistent.
Sleep affects metabolism. It is
responsible for hormonal imbalance
and can decrease the number of calories
your body burns while resting.
Develop a sleep routine by finding
ways to relax to ensure you get adequate
rest each night.
Exercise stimulates metabolism when
you move and packs on lean muscle,
which increases your resting metabo-
lism. The result? You burn slightly more
calories even on days off.
Work with a professional
Your doctor or a registered dietitian
can measure your resting metabolic
rate and help you determine a plan that
fits your individual needs.
can be less
Include sources of fiber, healthy fats and protein whenever you can.
If your calorie intake is too low,
it can effect your thyroid,
which regulates hormone levels
in the body. Hormones are
responsible for regulating
mood and appetite.
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