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Sepia

Homeopathy
A homeopathic remedy formulated from the cuttlefish, a soft mollusk native to the Mediterranean Sea; it is used primarily for female disorders, such as premenstrual syndrome, physical and emotional changes during pregnancy, prolapsed uterus and pain with sexual intercourse. Sepia is also used for abdominal bloating, violent coughing, fatty food-related indigestion, genital herpes, hair loss, headaches, itching, increased sweating, “liver spots” on skin, low back pain, motion sickness, sinusitis, varicose veins and vertigo.

SEPIA

Computer software in the UK used to maintain data about care performance.
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By trawling, Sepia pharaonis samples were collected from three localities from northern coasts of the Persian Gulf including Bandarabass (BA, n = 21), Lengeh (LE, n = 30), and Bushehr (BU, n = 30) (Fig.
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4) as "abnormal", "46 mm in length" and according to Roeleveld (1972: 208, 209; 1975: 240) is in fact Sepia hieronis (Robson, 1924).
For a general picture of Sepia symptoms in animals, I offer the following: "Portal congestion and stasis are associated with this substance, along with disturbances of function in the female genital system.
From the book Sepia Dreams: A Celebration of Black Achievement Through Words and Images.
Call Me Judith (1989), a fierce and striking sepia print of an old woman, one breast bared, who stands against a parched ground, her helper holding by the hair the decapitated head of a miniature Holofernes, is an image full of difficult questions, but it takes on somewhat the air of a nineteenth-century tableau through its inclusion of floating women wielding labryses (the ancient Minoan women's double axe) and through the delicate, ceremonial labrys that hangs loosely from Judith's hand.
The earliest is a sepia photograph of Nelson's column under construction in 1845.
Officially known as L'Enfant, the sepia photograph of a well-muscled man cradling a baby became the biggest selling poster of all time.
The second phase of Harlequin's double-barreled seduction of African American readers was the company's November 2005 purchase of BET Books, the publishing arm of Black Entertainment Television that includes the Arabesque, New Spirit and Sepia imprints.
Full-page sepia prints by Edward Curtis and other well-known photographers of the turn of the 20th century create a mood of reflection for the quotations from Native American leaders and writers.
Chapters review all the basics of how to work with digital images in Elements: from adjusting color and converting images to sepia to using filters, working with layers, and adding artwork to a photo.
In the large sepia prints of "Salt Lake," 1986, fat, unselfconscious members of the working class are seen bathing in a giant pool of soda-factory effluence near the Ukranian capital of Kharkov.