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So, I have been talking to corporate physician buyout companies, specifically amalgamators of dermatologists.
In other words, what on the surface is seemingly individual behavior is a big part of a time-tested stratagem of Eurasian supremacy domination and ADP who are amalgamators and outmarriage participants are being used or "played" to that end.
Small equipments, including amalgam removal system, amalgamators, handpiece cleaner, lab equipments, duplicators and ultrasonic cleaners, also fall into the same product segment.
Drawing on Foucault's theories of sexuality and governmentality, Nyong'o engagingly discusses attitudes toward amalgamation or amalgamators, including reactions to David Ruggles, a black traveling agent for an antislavery journal, E.
Harris, "From Abolitionist Amalgamators to 'Rioters of Five Points': The Discourse of Interracial Sex and Reform in Antebellum New York City," in Sex, Love, Race: Crossing Boundaries in North American History, ed.
Harris, "From Abolitionist Amalgamators to "Rulers of the Five Points": The Discourse of Interracial Sex and Reform in Antebellum New York City," in Hodes ed.