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Lead author Dr Paul Carter, of Aston University, said: "Women with a diagnosis of high cholesterol have strikingly lower rates of breast cancer with improved death rates and survival.
Fragrance connoisseurs will immediately recognize the supreme quality of bergamot, petitgrain and nutmeg, followed by the Palo Santo wood from south America, Haitian vetiver, and its grey musk, a strikingly cocktail of musk that is long lasting and strikingly masculine.
NEWBORN babies born to healthy, well nourished mothers are strikingly similar in size the world over, scientists have shown.
Strikingly has one-click feature that takes content from a user's Facebook page and turns it into a personal website.
It's hard to find a more colorful and attractive 'yearbook of the weird' than the illustration-packed annual Ripley's Believe It Or Not: Strikingly True.
Strikingly True is a vast, fantastic compilation of bizarre, wacky, and amazing facts--from incredible sports records to the innovation showcase that was the 1933-34 Chicago World's Fair, to the incredible story with vintage photographs of Clarence C.
And it's not the first time she and the X Factor judge, 27, have worn strikingly similar outfits, as our pictures show.
The man, described as 6ft 4in tall, 20 to 30 years old, of muscular build, strikingly handsome, and with a round face, asked the victim to go to his bathroom while he checked the water.
95) presents strikingly beautiful paintings by Stephanie Pui-Mun Law of fairies, angels, and other whimsically ethereal creatures.
A landscaped circular drive with porte-cochere, a double-height lobby and an elegant concierge desk will revive a bygone lifestyle of elegance in a strikingly contemporary environment.
Understate: to state or represent less strongly or strikingly than the facts would bear out; set forth in restrained, moderate, or weak terms.
The commandments remain strikingly simple and yet maintain a rich depth.