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wiggings

wool removed from around the eyes and face of the sheep.

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Q. Wigs after chemotherapy – where do I start? I ‘m 55 years old woman, and was diagnosed with colon cancer. After the operation (that went well, thankfully), I’m going to start chemotherapy soon. I was told that there’s a good chance I’ll loss my hair. I know it may sound captious, but my hair is very important for me. I was told a wig is a useful option. Does anyone have any tips?

A. Before you buy a wig, you should think if it’ll be comfortable for you. If you live in a hot and humid place, you may find wig very uncomfortable, especially as some kinds of chemo make the skin very sensitive.

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En los cartelones publicitarios se le mencionaba simplemente como Blind Tom; aunque tambien se le conocio como Tom Bethune, y al final de su vida como Thomas Wiggings.
Played in an excellent spirit - no disciplinary cards or wiggings needed by admirable referee Chris Seeley - an archetypal cup clash could always go either way, even in the final act when DK left-winger Ian Gowland was tackled into the corner flag.