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When these animals molt, they shed the outermost layer of this skin at one time.
At intermission or just before a performance, the audience can happily colonize both these raised gardens and the concatenation of lift shafts, open staircases, and stacked decks threaded through the residual spaces located between auditorium and outermost shell.
Painted on the face of the outermost sign were the words NO TO BAD THINGS.
noted in an editorial that the technique closes only the outermost layers of skin and is not effective for bleeding wounds.
Over there, on the horizon, the sun has just touched with light the outermost fringe of the eastern sky.
As predicted by area academics and public officials, the steady increase of prosperous black families moving to the outermost counties of Washington, D.
350), Ysta brun (The Outermost Edge) is something between a novel and a collection of short fiction: its thirteen stories are all independent narratives, yet they are interrelated in that they depict scenes from the lives of a fixed group of people in a specific community.
Corticosteroid injections into the outermost of the membranes covering the spinal cord and nerve roots to reduce inflammation and treat acute pain that radiates to the hips or down a leg.
A film's outermost skin layer is subject to more intensive shear and cooling forces than the interior layers.
Energy in certain frequencies when reaching the outermost portions of the ionosphere can be amplified up to 1,000 times by natural processes.
Discover the Ice Cream Candy Bazaar and stay at the Outermost Inn.
People most susceptible to blisters seem to be those whose outermost layer of skin is not so strongly attached to the skin layer directly underneath.