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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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I then asked him about surgery for the loose skin and he said you have to go private.
It also can be used to reduce the stubborn cellulite and loose skin of thighs and buttocks.
A MAN who turned down an NHS gastric band then managed to lose more than 13st himself says he is frustrated at not being allowed to have an operation to have the loose skin removed.
At the time of admission, in an attempt to secure an intravenous line, we noticed unusually loose skin and with great difficulty intravenous line was secured.
They weren't tiny, but after breastfeeding they lost a lot of volume and they were reduced to just loose skin.
But Mason, who now uses a wheelchair because his loose skin inhibits his walking ability, is dead set on making it happen.
I treat the areas between the toes with oxiconazole nitrate cream, I wash vigorously to remove loose skin cells, and I even use separate foot towels to dry off.
Mammals with fur, unlike humans, tend to have loose skin that whips around as the animal changes direction, increasing the acceleration.
Loose skin lets the dog lose more water than if the skin were tighter.
The recipient simply turns the screw to tighten loose skin.
Anyway, back to Ed, a poor unfortunate whose undercarriage had been missing in action (although, ironically, action is the last thing his winky's been seeing) under mounds of loose skin left over from an extreme weight loss regime.