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disintegrative

/dis·in·te·gra·tive/ (dis-in´tĕ-gra″tiv)
1. being reduced to components, particles, or fragments; losing cohesion or unity.
2. having disorganized psychic and behavioral processes.

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Q. what would be the best way to protect my teeth from decaying?i fill pain always in my private parties,what prb whenever i take long with out sex,so i would like the advice from my fewwol

A. i fail to see the connection between teeth and groin pain...about the teeth. it's very very simple- get used to a healthy oral hygiene. brush your teeth in the right way twice a day for at least 6 minute. use floss. go to a dental hygienist, she'll guide you through it.

Q. Whether it`s possible for Bipolar disorder in children?

A. It is possible for children to suffer with bipolar disorder. It is a tricky diagnosis in children I would strongly suggest professional help when dealing with children with bipolar disorder.
I wouldnt trust the diagnosis of a GP, I would suggest getting a referal to a pediatric psychiatrist for a through evaluation and proper treatment

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For the speaker this means that his mind is numbed, arrested, passively overtaken by the uncanny, oppressive, disintegrative power of what he perceives: "Nerve and feeling, the power to resolve and act, are submerged in a clarity of enervation," writes Bayley.
One manifestation of this disintegrative force was the then
to the bonum proprium), and in this state it is disintegrative of the person.
They are typically several centuries long and divided into three phases: an integrative phase marked by social stability and expansion of power (and often territory); a stagflation phase marked by economic distress among commoners and rising consumption among elites; and, a disintegrative phase inaugurated by crisis and marked by depression and civil war.
In the period after the First World War, with the rapid spread of nationalistic ideas, this kind of federalism became very popular especially as a bulwark against the disintegrative forces.
Efforts towards creating a homogeneous society, social order and cohesiveness will reduce negative and disintegrative forces.
PEARLITOL FLASH, however, is a compound of mannitol and only starch, which has been specifically developed for its unique disintegrative properties: once tabletted, it melts instantaneously inside the mouth transforming itself into a creamy texture with light sweetness.
38) The collapse of the Soviet Union was an even more disintegrative force, and left Russia struggling to pull itself back together politically and economically.
Sejdiu adds that in the last period, the outmoded Serbian arguments were wasted that local ethnic Albanians can cause disintegrative processes that will bring Macedonia to separation of enclaves.
Through Darl, Faulkner seems to be in agreement with Adorno who writes that "in the impulse of every particular element of an artwork toward integration, the disintegrative impulse of nature secretly manifests itself.
Exclusion criteria were children with diagnoses of Rett syndrome, Childhood Disintegrative Disorder, or a developmental disorder other than ASD.
Childhood disintegrative disorder is another condition that underscores

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