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Any marked ↑ in flow of a substance above a relatively constant baseline Reproductive physiology An abrupt ↑ in LH secretion Background LHRL–luteinizing hormone-releasing hormone is normally secreted in episodic bursts, resulting in cyclical peaks of LH; LHRH bursts are ↑ by estrogens and ↓ by progesterone and testosterone and ↑ in frequency until the end of the follicular phase, at which time a surge of LH signals the onset of endometrial secretion, in preparation for a fertilized egg
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A perfect serve, indeed, and, according to Slay, the surger is performing well, helping Guinness to a good on-trade performance.
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The changing cultural significance of cleanliness provides a context for understanding the popular acceptance of circumcision; but it does not explain why, if people were newly attentive to genital hygiene, in this instance surger replaced soap and water.
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