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In Parkinsons lesion predominantly affects the Black Substance and Globus Pallidus.
The black substance observed on the surfaces of the copper components was identified by x-ray diffraction.
Prosecution records quoted the defendant saying that he bought the papers from Naif Souq, then photocopied them and cut them into a size that matched the size of a $100 banknote before he tainted them with the black substance.
Puffballs were used in Tibet for making ink by burning them vigorously, grinding them, then putting them in water and adding glue liquid which, when pressed for a long time, made a very black substance.
What is more, identity becomes even interchangeable with the appearance of an evil black substance from outer space, which initially takes possession of Peter Parker and later of his rival, photojournalist Eddie.
Q I keep finding a black substance on my lawn - what is it?
It enhances aggression," Dr Curt Connors (Baker), who refers to the black substance as a symbiotic creature that lives off hosts.
Adding to Peter's woes, a black substance from a crashed meteorite fuses with his Spider-Man suit, turning the spandex black and unleashing the dark, vengeful side of his personality.
The facilities manager complained of a greenish, black substance seeping through the flooring tile of his office space.