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Through rhythmic congruities we can begin to perceive how both the line of graduands and the strip of film are long strings of repeated forms that are processed and transformed through processes of intermittent pulses.
Secondary signs & symptoms: A fat body, chest and abdominal glomus and oppression, nausea, profuse phlegm, a dry mouth but no desire to drink, a darkish, dusky facial complexion, rough, scaly, hypertrophic skin, a dark, purple tongue or possible static spots, cyanotic sublingual veins, slimy tongue fur, and a bowstring, slippery or bound, regularly intermittent pulse
Significant findings derive from a study of more than 1,200 post-surgical patients who were randomized to receive CPOX or conventional, intermittent pulse oximetry.

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