VAIN


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VAIN

vaginal intraepithelial neoplasia.
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It is supposedly extremely vain to love clothes, which I do, and so I am.
I followed up with then Trade chief officer Jackline Momanyi who was also very close to my daughter but in vain. She was later promoted to Finance where I have tried to reach out to her without success,' he said.
The most common location for VAIN is at the upper third of the vagina (including the vaginal cuff).
'We are concerned EAIC's work will be in vain as criminal prosecution rarely leads to conviction unless this 'blue wall of silence' is broken,' LFL executive director Eric Paulsen said in a statement, referring to the police officers' reluctance in testifying against fellow police officers.
Critique: Portraying a world of political correctness run amok, "Investing in Vain" is a modern satire that distills the follies of our time with memorable one-liners, jarring juxtapositions, colorful images, and deadpan humor that will have any reader simply laughing out loud.
DUBAI: Emirati social media commentator Khalid Al-Ameri this week uploaded a video of his wife Salama trying in vain to record a promotional video for her business while being constantly interrupted by the couple's two children.
Summary: Sidon MP Bahia Hariri voiced hope that students would take their official exams without disruption this year, stressing that the effort expended by teachers and students during the academic year must not be in vain.
Tidy TV pic, although reckless enough to take Stephen King's name in vain. Quebec stands in for Maine.
Was it all in vain? WHILE commemorating the 70th anniversary of the D Day landings, all the battles fought, all the lives lost and maimed on both sides and the euphoria of the end of the war to end all wars in Europe, why am I now thinking it might have all been in vain as over the past decades we are losing all the rights to govern our country as we would wish.
In the course of his address, Lincoln raised the matter of the dead at Gettysburg having died in vain. He exhorted his audience to highly resolve that these dead shall not have died in vain.
Profanity can tell you something about a character, but, as with too much of a good thing, even the profane can become vain.