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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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A lower value for the RRTM is indicative of a firmer, more elastic skin (Uhoda et al., 2002; Uhoda and Pierard, 2003; Dang et al., 2005).
Other performers at the circus include a 7ft-tall sword swallower, a man with elastic skin and a contortionist who can squeeze into a bottle just 18in in diameter and 30in high.
When punctured by a needle, an antibubble's air shell retracts like an overstretched elastic skin from the puncture point to the opposite side.
But the man known as Stretch because of his elastic skin had to suffer for his art.
The increased rates of infection are caused in part by bodily changes as patients grow older, including less elastic skin, lower respiratory and gastrointestinal ability, and the presence of comorbid illnesses--chronic diseases, like diabetes or asthma, which make the patient more susceptible to infection and immune system ailments.
The plastic "forms an elastic skin, which will expand and contract with the copper under heat or cold."
NOURISH YOURSELF: For strong, elastic skin it is essential to eat a varied diet with fresh fruit and vegetables every day.