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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.
References in classic literature ?
they cried mockingly; yes, we will tan YOUR skin for you
M'Kay that many of the natives wore short mantles of skins, and intimated a suspicion that they were secretly armed.
So I brought stones and piled them up till I could reach him; then I lifted him down, for he was very light, being but skin and bones.
all whom he sees here have pale skins, but the Pawnee warriors are red; does he believe that man changes with the season, and that the son is not like his father?
When I came to the frequented portions of the building, I found a large burden of skins in a corner and these I lifted to my head, carrying them in such a way that ends and corners fell down about my shoulders completely hiding my face.
It was decided that no time should now be lost before attempting to put our plan of escape to the test, as I could not hope to remain hidden from the Sagoths long, nor could I forever carry that bale of skins about upon my head without arousing suspicion.
And later the three cores were placed on the table next to the skins.
At first he made a wry face, but, one after another, the skins and the cores disappeared.
Don't you see, you thief, that the blood and the fountain are only these skins here that have been stabbed and the red wine swimming all over the room?
Tons of products have pretty packaging, but only by knowing what an ingredient does can you correct a skin problem," she says.
At a time when the plan and section of buildings are frequently determined by the logistics of fast construction, the skin that envelops those spaces, whether revealing or concealing, light or heavy, machine-made or hand crafted, dynamic or static, plain or patterned, loosely draped or tightly stretched, not only affirms the physical appearance of architecture, but is also key to its character, performance and environmental behaviour.
Further tests showed that the additional melanin protected the mice against UV-induced DNA damage, sunburn, and skin cancer.