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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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The results showed that sleeping on animal skin was associated with a reduced risk of a number of factors connected to asthma.
There is, though, another interpretation of animal skin in this period which takes as its scriptural model not God's introduction of animal death into Paradise in Genesis 3 but, I suggest, a second story of divine prophecy and human failing from Genesis 25-27.
Successful laboratory testing of delivery of surrogate arthritis drug into animal skin
The 13th-century Book of Aneirin was written on animal skin by monks, and is now available online
Morrissey has not been the only person to criticize BeyoncA[c] for her passion for animal skin.
The organisation People for Ethical Treatment of Animals is planning to attack her for wearing animal skin products - despite their efforts to persuade her to give up her furs and animal skin clothing and accessories.
LEATHER is often described as a "natural" material because it is made using animal skin.
He is thought to have picked up anthrax from an imported animal skin he worked on at his home in Stobs, Roxburghshire.
Animal skin is always a popular choice during the year, and this season is no exception.
In keeping with current standards, we urge that old smallpox vaccines that were made in animal skin and are still a key part of our strategic national stockpile be tested for adventitious infectious agents.
Much of the dust in farm buildings that house animals is organic matter from feed, animal skin and excrement, bacteria, and fungi, says Jorg Hartung of the Hannover School of Veterinary Medicine in Germany.