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well-conditioned

adj (well conditioned when postpositive)
(of a person or animal's body, hair, etc) in a good or healthy condition
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Moustafa Waziri, the Secretary-General of Supreme Council of Antiquities stated in a press statement that the ministry approved the transfer of the well-conditioned tomb from the archaeological site located in Upper Egypt, to a new place in order to save it from being "in an extremely remote location, where it is [currently] isolated, can be subjected to ravage, or robbery."
As you can see, he is still well-conditioned given that he has not stopped playing regularly in different leagues.
"Not only was he well-conditioned, a good passer of a ball and capable of making breaks, he was also vocal in defence and a leader, someone who took responsibility even at a young age."
Eating a healthy diet can help us maintain a well-conditioned life.
In fact, it's perfect," observed Said Yakub Amin, a youth who plays at pitch.To meet the demands of potential female customers, Haji said a plan is motion to construct a well-conditioned volleyball pitch to accommodate them.
THE angler in form at Derwent reservoir at the moment, Mr S Y Hui, was on the banks again and landed a lovely eight-fish catch totalling 17lb with the best of the bunch, and also the biggest of the week, a well-conditioned 4lb rainbow.
Pacquiao expecting well-conditioned Broner !-- -- Dino Maragay (philstar.com) - January 12, 2019 - 2:00pm LOS ANGELES ndash Manny Pacquiao said he is anticipating Adrien Broner to enter the ring in tip-top shape next week for their title showdown at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas.
The golf course is one of the best and most well-conditioned. We play all-year and it always presents a good, fair test.
During a tour of the facility by a section of the media, two vessels were being worked on by the indigenous staff, and according to them, they are better-positioned and well-conditioned than before, following the new life they are enjoying.
According to the report I got, she's ready, she's well-conditioned, she spent most of her time in Tuscany, Italy (training).
It's a credit to coach Gerard Gallant's philosophy of having a well-conditioned, confident group of forwards who work well together, focus on short effective shifts, and exude confidence on the ice -- all while, as he reiterates it daily, playing 200 feet of hockey.
"Not only is he versatile in the back row, he's a well-conditioned and skilful athlete and following his years on the international sevens circuit he knows how to perform in pressure games.