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shut,

n the part of an anterior artificial tooth between the ridge lap and the shoulder. The pins for retaining the tooth in the base material are located in the shut.

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Q. Can a Chiropractor tell if your organs are shutting down?

A. She told me that because my spine is out of line so much, that it's causing my organs to shut down. I have been having bladder problems. I really think she is just trying to scare me.

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29 due to high water level at water intake structure Hope Creek 1-continued operating at 100 percent power Salem 1-manual safe shut down from 100 percent power on Oct.
Current regulations require plants to maintain two sets of electrical circuitry that enable the reactor to shut down automatically in an emergency.
However it is the only church that has been shut down because unlike the others, it relies on funding from the diocese.
Georgia regulators shut down four unlicensed health insurance plans in 2002.
You can also associate a shortcut key with the new icon, allowing you to shut down with the press of a ke y.
Cohn, in his response to the complaint, said Falwell "is trying to shut down a noncommercial Internet site that makes fun of him for blaming the Sept.
NASA decided last month to permanently shut down the craft's two cameras, a visible-light detector, and a near-infrared mapping spectrometer.
This solution allows the controller to sense an under-voltage condition and shut down the equipment in a controlled fashion.
Venezuela last year when flooding shut down La Guaira, the country's largest port.
The 370-million-lb/yr facility was also shut down by a fire last June.
Chicago - American pro-lifers suffered a shocking setback April 21, 1998 when a federal civil jury found them guilty of "conspiring" to shut down abortion clinics under a racketeering law which was originally intended to fight organized crime.
The directive from the steering committee seemed simple enough: Shut down the laundry operations for four hours per day as soon as possible.