300 dpi 6 col x 15 in / 295x381 mm / 1004x1296 pixels Jim Atherton color illustration of a Santa standing on scale next to cookies and cocoa. Fort Worth Star-Telegram 2005


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300 dpi 6 col x 15 in / 295x381 mm / 1004x1296 pixels Jim Atherton color illustration of a Santa standing on scale next to cookies and cocoa. Fort Worth Star-Telegram 2005 KEYWORDS: krtxmas christmas food eating fat santa claus obese obesity diet nutrition holiday weight gain cocoa ornaments wood floor scale christian krtreligion religion krtwinter winter krtxmas christmas xmas krthealthmed krtholiday holiday krtnational national krtworld world krtfitness fitness krthealth health krtnutrition nutrition krt aspecto aspectos comida navidad peso balanza platillo illustration ilustracion grabado ft contributor coddington atherton 2005 krt2005 KRT
300 dpi 6 col x 15 in / 295x381 mm / 1004x1296 pixels Jim Atherton color illustration of a Santa standing on scale next to cookies and cocoa. Fort Worth Star-Telegram 2005 KEYWORDS: krtxmas christmas food eating fat santa claus obese obesity diet nutrition holiday weight gain cocoa ornaments wood floor scale christian krtreligion religion krtwinter winter krtxmas christmas xmas krthealthmed krtholiday holiday krtnational national krtworld world krtfitness fitness krthealth health krtnutrition nutrition krt aspecto aspectos comida navidad peso balanza platillo illustration ilustracion grabado ft contributor coddington atherton 2005 krt2005 KRT

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