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abbreviation for posterior axillary line.


physical activity level

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Q. I think I have got involved with a man who had a bipolar, he never mentioned it I need to talk to somebody,pls The problem is he would never even admit it if I ever ask him. He's nice and caring and the next day he would disapearing without any reason, after a few weeks he would come back again even without saying sorry and repeats over and over again.... I need to talk to somebody... Thank you

A. I have read your question/answers; an where i come from we would call him a player-he can be a player and bipolar at the same time,as a man i would let him make the first move and see where it goes from there.If you are having so much stress from this person now/think about living with him later--is it worst your mental health/an stress on your system to be with him/if a person really loves you he wouldnt leave for no reason like he is doing----think about your life with him ?------------mrfoot56

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The DVD-V8000 supports playback of both NTSC and PAL format for the following media types and formats: DVD-Video, DVD-R/-RW Video Format, DVD-RW VR Format (CPRM compliant), Dual layer DVD-R Video Format, Video-CD, CD-Audio, CD-R/-RW Audio.
3 V power and video input, either in NTSC or PAL format, and has low power consumption (960 mW).
Micron's 1/4-inch VGA image sensor (product number MT9V135) providing digital or analog output in NTSC or PAL format through a TV, computer monitor, or a receiver packaged with an off-the-shelf system, delivering excellent video quality, especially in low-light and bright light conditions.