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Having a bigger waist was also associated with a thinner cortex after adjusting for other factors.
Japan Display's Full Active LCD technology comes with the proprietary Pixel Eyes feature, which essentially allows for thinner displays on devices.
When a double occurs, it is difficult to thin one of the plants with an automated thinner or by hand-hoeing.
Events of unusual thinner injection shave been reported because of psychological reasons as seen in this presented case.
Blood thinners help prevent blood clots that can form in the legs and travel to the lungs, causing a potentially life-threatening pulmonary embolism, or that form in the heart due to the abnormal heart rhythm atrial fibrillation (these clots can travel to the brain, causing a stroke).
Second, the skin bruises more easily, Torok says, as it becomes thinner and more fragile.
At baseline, the mean retinal nerve fiber layer was significantly thinner among subjects with abnormal scores on any of the cognitive tests.
Keywords: poly(-caprolactone), Electro-spinning, Adulterated gasoline, Thinner; Toluene.
After giving me gloves and goggles, Sprengard handed me a sheet about the size of a sheet of office paper, but thinner and stiffen Paper is about 100 micrometers thick; this sheet was 70 micrometers.
The gels also provide soft and low modulus to absorb stress, reduce impact and improve ruggedness in newer, thinner displays.