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However, most convergence properties are not discretely reflexive even in countable spaces.
Students then dictate either continuously into a document or discretely into the word prediction box.
634 mm) square posts, and they may be installed in Mini-Latch housings or used discretely.
While the EU is continually calling for more moderate public spending to be able to cope with the expected ageing of the European population, the European Commission's Directorate for Social Affairs is discretely encouraging some member states to spend more on public health.
The desire for more "hospitality" like qualities in the new interior environments helped in our decisions to open up the program elements to each other, both physically and visually: functions like ambulatory services waiting is discretely connected to the main lobby space, stacked about and viewing into the larger waiting areas, and all connected with an elegant stair and glass paneled balcony.
It's also clear that pharmaceutical interventions are powerful tools in achieving the discretely defined goals of critical care medicine.
The violence is tastefully handled, and any sexual activity is discretely written so younger readers (and their adult caregivers) will feel comfortable.
Beneath the steel insertion, space is given over for a more conventional and accessible display area and checkout counter Storage and preparation space is provided more discretely in a backyard.
He added: "Kim being Kim said very discretely, 'The best orgasms I had were after a row'.
Editor's note: We have to ship it discretely for those readers for whom it is a big deal to get a lesbian magazine--because they're in the military or live with their parents or just can't be out to their neighbors.
The public must trust us to use personal medical information discretely and honestly.

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