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Skin

ISO 3166-3 code for Sikkim, which acceded to India in 1975. ISO 3166-3 codes are used to indicate names of countries that are no longer used.
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When materials of animal skin origin are used, such agents are Brucella spp.
You can certainly mix your animal skins but I think it's best to stay within the same color range.
A DRUM-MAKER who inhaled anthrax spores while handling imported animal skins died yesterday in hospital.
Minute quantities of anthrax spores were discovered on drums and animal skins at the privately-owned house during last year's probe into Britain's first death from anthrax poisoning in 30 years.
The paper itself, richly textured and uneven a the sides, is a like an animal skin or talisman.
Robert Langer and sponsored by Cygnus, have demonstrated the use of electroporation for trans-tissue drug delivery in human and animal skin.
She conducted a ritual in which she laid an England flag over an animal skin and tossed a mix of sacred animal bones onto it.
Logically, human skin should give more accurate results in testing for skin reactions than animal skin does.
It is believed Mr Norris contracted the disease from an imported animal skin he worked on at his isolated Borders home, where he made traditional instruments including drums.
Here is the cell of a missionary, the bed consisting of an animal skin stretched across a wooden frame.
What do you mean, it's made of animal skin and stringy bits?
Less intimidated by the savage beast, furniture manufacturers are allowing a stronger taste of the wild on furniture this season with animal skin looks.