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MC Evidence explains: "It's a continuation of the Dilated Peoples' sound but at the same time I feel that it's a better record than the last two.
Oh, how we laughed (between contractions) when she was told after 17 hours of labour that she was only 3cm dilated and therefore nowhere near ready to push.
What to do: Anyone older than 55 should have their eyes examined when dilated to look for signs of macular degeneration.
Surgeons at a Sapporo hospital have for the first time performed a new type of surgery to help restore the heart functions of patients suffering from dilated cardiomyopathy, which often causes heart failure, the doctor who led the surgery said Thursday.
The mixed-bag genre known as alternative rap has been marshaling its forces recently, presenting tours like Word of Mouth (with Jurassic 5, Dilated Peoples, and the Beat Junkies) and Okayplayer (including the Roots, Tabib Kweli, and Dead Prez, called hip-hop's most political group).
"By advising their patients with diabetes to get a yearly dilated eye exam, pharmacists can make the difference between losing and saving vision," said NEI Director Carl Kupfer, M.D.
Symptoms of scopolamine poisoning include increased pulse rate (120 to 150 beats per minute), dilated pupils, disorientation, delirium,
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The opposition parties leaders had gathered in Islamabad, at the invitation of great broker Maulana, what they dilated upon was quite disappointing.
Abdul Hafeez Shaikh dilated upon reasons, which resulted in increasing these challenges.