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Nail

A unit of length equivalent to 2.25 inches.
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We have also calculated the fingernail index of patients with Marfan syndrome to determine the presence or absence of dolichonychia.
Fingernail clippers have been around for many years and have become integrated in normal, everyday life.
Fingernail mar resistance was evaluated for each of the coatings used during the method validation phase of the study.
I write this column once a week, which means I get a good look at my fingernails at regular intervals as they move across the computer keyboard.
Whether neatly trimmed or unusually long, your fingernails can provide clues to what's going on inside of you.
Described as an ultra-cool precision tool, the fingernail clipper claims to provide a sharp, clean, well-groomed look.
It's a specially formulated glue that holds nail decorations on the fingernails for up to two weeks and then wears off.
BRITAIN'S inclement weather is the key to healthy fingernails, new research suggests.
The last Angels player to suffer from a cracked fingernail was pitcher Kelvim Escobar in April.
Abramson, who took over Spector's defence from Robert Shapiro earlier this month, said outside court that she has no fingernail.
However, if your fingernail directly touches the image of your nail, then beware, for it is a two-way mirror.
In four of the nine attacks in the Tottenham area of north London, he has bitten off at least part of one fingernail.