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Gynecology A contraceptive vaginal gel that ↓ transmission of STDs–eg, HIV, chlamydia, gonorrhea. See Contraceptive.
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Should you avoid this dreaded tribe altogether--or is the trick to become a savvier client?
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I feel they are savvier at spreading their message in a subtle way.
But it seems students in the city are getting savvier, with a number of teachers having experienced 're-gifted' presents in previous years, including a chipped porcelain pig, knock-off aftershave, broken earrings and half a bottle of wine.
Ms Dambrough said, "Today, Australians are a lot savvier with their money.
Herzogwidely known as Bujiis a savvier politician, but his task is far greater: restoring the party of his father to national influence after more than a decade in second, or even third or fourth, place.
However, the Irish consumer is much savvier than during the years of the Celtic Tiger, and so it is no surprise practical presents will feature prominently.
The research, commissioned by Barclaycard with Mumsnet members, highlights that, despite the economy showing signs of growth, families are being forced to get savvier with their spending as more than half (52%) have changed the way they spend to maximise what they earn through rewards.
And he already feels a stronger and savvier player after just four games of his first-team career.
Christopher Graham, the Information Commissioner, said that children needed to be taught that they had rights and that savvier consumers would mean web companies "had to start treating their customers like grown-ups", the paper said.
But awareness spreads faster today, because consumers and women especially are savvier, more connected and more discerning in their selection of skincare products.
uk, comments: “With rising living costs an ongoing concern, people are savvier than ever when it comes to hunting out bargains.