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offer,

n often the step after an invitation to treat; involves communication leading toward a possible contract.

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Q. PROPORCIONAN SEGURO MEDICO PARA PACIENTES DO YOU OFFER MEDICAL INSURANCE TO PATIENTS?

A. This website does not offer medical insurance.

Q. What are some of the best foods to eat that are low in fat but offer quick energy before a workout? I find that I get tired in the middle of my workouts and have trouble completing my weight lifting sessions. I would love to know some tips for staying energized without using anything that would make me shaky.

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Q. Can any one direct me to a website which offers information about "must to know during Pregnancy " tips and advices ? i would consider it a great favour and i'd be very thankful .. at the moment i'm about to explode ... i feel like i am far of being ready ... i think that without a good preparation i won't be a good father ... :(

A. Hey, Jim.. you can try several links (which are my favorites) here :

http://www.whattoexpect.com/what-to-expect/landing-page.aspx (I suggest you to buy the book version, it's quite complete and informative)

http://www.marchofdimes.com/

http://www.doctoradhi.com/blog (this is my personal blog, just click on pregnancy tag words, then you can find several article I wrote about pregnancy)

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Scottish Conservative deputy leader Jackson Carlaw added: "The SNP's ploy to get 16 and 17-yearolds on board has backfired so radically they are now having to offer iPads as Yes vote bribes.
Already you've got supermarkets admitting they're having to offer potatoes with blemishes.
If the country receives financial support it would be excluded from having to offer such guarantees.
Although his two runs prior to the Ulster National were pretty moderate, perhaps, in the unfortunate circumstances on the day, it would have been better to have spared trainer Brian Hamilton having to offer explanations, which were accepted, for Chief Oscar's improved form.