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Abbreviation for:
TGF-beta inhibitory element
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transient ischaemic episode
translation inhibitory element
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Q. can you get pregnant with your tubes tied if your tubes are tied can you get pregnant

A. you can but the chances are slim to none,plus if you do you can sue the doctors, 99% no,

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This particular way of tying a scarf is usually really breathtaking, it makes one stands out wherever you are.
Contractual tying is more common and imposes the tie as a condition on the buyer.
"Bale tying is important, as improper tying can result in broken bales, housekeeping nightmares and safety issues," Pfeffer says.
The Federal Reserve has recently proposed new rules that will make banks guilty of tying if corporate credit and non-credit business must be purchased to meet a preset minimum revenue level.
For many years students in my classes have begun their fly tying careers with this fly.
As dependent variables these could be very revealing, and require a fresh development of theoretical explanation covering personality, manual skills in tying, dexterity in avoiding dangling in coffee, memory in not forgetting to affix in the early morning etc.
Dallas, TX, October 30, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Scarf-art.com Creates Pretied Fashion Scarves to Eliminate Scarf Tying for Women.
Dhool Kalan (Punjab), Dec 19 (ANI): In an attempt to preserve the culture of tying turbans among the Sikhs, a man in Amritsar teaches different ways of tying turbans to the young.
Some labor is involved in tying off the finished bale.
Tying flies is a core element in mastering the art of fly fishing.
Twist-ties are a mainstay in the kitchen for tying up that chip, bread, veggie and trash bag.