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The mannitol allows the lidocaine to reach the nerves by opening its protective covering.
2,600 m2 protective covering of floors from frost cloth waterproof and breathable
If you keep the mini-sprinkler on all night, a 32-degree coating of watery ice develops on the trunk and foliage, serving as a protective covering since the danger zone for most tropicals is only reached when the temperature drops several degrees below freezing.
These severe psychiatric disorders, each of which occurs in about 1 in 100 adults, rest on identical flaws in a set of genes that produce a protective covering for brain cells, a new study suggests.
What is normally concealed by the skin, is, paradoxically, depicted by animal hide, normally a protective covering.
Brown will play with a protective covering on the thumb and said he is uncertain when the injury will heal.
We began layering ourselves with protective covering, contriving ourselves as figments of the public imagination, disembodying ourselves as "phone friends," withdrawing to our various Fortresses of Solitude like Supermen contemplating the properties of kryptonite.
MS, which often begins in young adulthood, is an autoimmune disorder that results from the slow, progressive loss of the protective covering of nerve fibers in the brain and spinal cord.
The Moorpark Little League is seeking a protective covering to shelter their new scoreboard and its bulbs from weather and vandalism during the off-season.

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